noun plural dice
cortar en dados or cubitosExample sentences
- In a medium bowl, whisk together the egg whites, small diced carrots, onion, and celery.
- Here, sweet red peppers are diced and sautéed with onions and garlic, combined with tomatoes and served as a soup with a raft of golden, fried feta cheese.
- After dicing the carrots, onions, and celery and adding them to the broth of duck, Mr. Bishop set out a bowl and saucer and glass of water when suddenly he was interrupted by a knocking on the door.
- 1 (British English) (Games)Example sentences
- Four years older than John Peter of Bowhay, and seven older than Will, he was a bon vivant fond of dining and dicing: a suitable escort for his country cousins in Europe's most populous city.
- He looked over at his fellow guards and saw them in the corner, dicing and conversing good-naturedly.
- Six hands at an open door dicing for pieces of silver,
- 2 (risk) to dice with deathjugar con la muerteExample sentences
- Young people do not appreciate that taking Ecstasy is dicing with death.
- After the accident last October concern was raised that children as young as nine were dicing with death on the Parkway by playing ‘chicken’ in the fast-moving traffic.
- Speeding motorists on West Yorkshire roads are dicing with death by driving on the wrong side of the road in an attempt to dodge speed cameras instead of slowing down.