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slash
British English: /slaʃ/
American English: /slæʃ/

Translation of slash in French:

noun

  • 4 (Business, Finance) a 10% slash in prices
    une réduction de 10% sur les prix
  • 6
    [informal]
    (British English) to have/go for a slash (urinate)
    pisser (informal)/aller pisser (informal), uriner/aller uriner
  • 7 (sword stroke)
    coup (m) d'épée

transitive verb

  • 1 (wound)
    (cheek)
    faire une balafre à
    (person)
    (throat)
    (knife) (face)
    he slashed me across the face
    il m'a balafré le visage
    to slash one's wrists
    se tailler les veines
  • 2 (cut)
    (painting, fabric, tyres)
    (cord)
    to slash one's way through
    se tailler un chemin à travers
    (undergrowth)
  • 4 (Clothing)
    faire des crevés dans
    (sleeve)
    (skirt)
    a slashed sleeve
    une manche à crevés

intransitive verb

  • to slash at
    (grass)
    frapper [quelque chose] d'un grand coup
    (ball)
    to slash at somebody with a sword
    donner un grand coup d'épée à quelqu'un
    to slash through
    (cord)
    (fabric)

Phrasal verbs

slash down

slash [something] down, slash down [something]
(grass)
(opponent)

slash open

slash [something] open, slash open [something]
(face)
(packet, sack)

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