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slice
British English: /slʌɪs/
American English: /slaɪs/

Translation of slice in French:

noun

  • 1 (portion) (of bread, meat, cheese, fish)
    (of pie, tart)
    (of lemon, cucumber, sausage)
    to cut something into slices
    couper quelque chose en tranches
    (loaf, meat)
    couper quelque chose en rondelles
    (cucumber, sausage)
  • 4 (Sport) (stroke, shot)
    slice (m)
    forehand slice backhand slice
    revers (m) slicé

transitive verb

  • 2 (cleave)
    (water, air)
    to slice somebody's throat/cheek
    trancher la gorge/joue à quelqu'un
  • 3 (Sport) (as tactic)
    slicer, couper
    (ball)

intransitive verb

  • (knife, blade, fin, shape) to slice through
    (water, air)
    (timber, rope, meat)
    the metal sliced into her ankle
    le métal lui a pénétré la cheville

also: sliced past participle adjective

  • (meat, peaches)
    coupé en tranches
    (cucumber, salami)
    coupé en rondelles
    thinly/thickly sliced
    (meat, bread)
    en tranches minces/épaisses
    50 g mushrooms, thinly sliced
    50 g de champignons, finement émincés

Phrasal verbs

slice off

slice off [something], slice [something] off
(bodypart, section)
the propeller sliced his arm/head off
il a eu le bras coupé/la tête tranchée par l'h élice

slice up

slice [something] up, slice up [something]
(meat, cheese, vegetable)

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