There are 2 translations of slice in Spanish:

slice1

Pronunciation: /slaɪs/

n

  • 2 countable/numerable (implement) (British English/inglés británico) pala (feminine) cake slice pala (feminine) de servir fish slice pala (feminine) para servir
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    • I wiped me fingers gently down the rabbit's flank, then, shutting my eyes, I slid my hand beneath its limp head like a kitchen slice scooping up a burst pasty.
    • This fabulous musical cake slice is perfect for use over the festive period.
    • The only trouble is, it seems to replace the white cake slice.
  • 3 [Sport/Deporte] 3.1 (spin on ball) (no plural/sin plural) efecto (masculine) 3.2 countable/numerable (shot — in tennis) tiro (m) cortado or con efecto; (— in golf) slice (m)
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    • It can help players who hit weak fades or slices, enabling them to hit solid draws.
    • Nevertheless he began cautiously, with a four-iron off the 1st tee, his mild slice finding the light rough on the right of the fairway.
    • The wind heightens any spin on the ball, and accentuates a slice or a hook.
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    • The final game particularly pleased her coach as Brown mixed up her game, throwing in a few slices and higher top-spun shots and letting Dalton force the pace and make the errors.
    • Combining top spins, slices and net shots, she forced Tangphong to make a string of unforced errors, handing the Indonesian a crushing first set win.
    • At the start, Graf had problems with the slice on the Davenport serve.

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There are 2 translations of slice in Spanish:

slice2

vt

  • 1 1.1 (cut into slices) [bread] cortar (en rebanadas); [meat] cortar (en tajadas); [cake] cortar (en trozos); [lemon/cucumber] cortar (en rodajas); [ham] cortar (en lonchas) to slice sth in two o in half cortar algo en dos or por la mitadto slice sth off sth slice the fat off the meat córtele or quítele la grasa a la carne he sliced off a piece of meat cortó una tajada de carne they've sliced $500,000 off the budget han recortado el presupuesto en $500.000 any way you slice it (American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar] lo mires por donde lo mires, sea como sea
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    • Its warm creaminess qualifies oatmeal as a comfort food, and adding sliced strawberries or apple gives it an antioxidant punch.
    • You can add any sort of meat, sliced onions, sliced tomatoes, bacon, sausage or pineapple.
    • He takes control of serving the food now, slicing the steaks into even, thin slices and arranging them on Olivia's plate.
    1.2
    (sliced past participle of/participio pasado de)
    sliced bread pan de molde cortado en rebanadas thinly sliced tomatoes tomates (masculine plural) en rodajas finas
  • 2 [ball] (in tennis) cortar, darle* con efecto a; (in golf) darle* oblicuamente a
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    • A golfer badly slices a golf ball, which heads toward the rough, but then bounces off a tree and into the cup for a hole in one.
    • After slicing his tee ball into the trees at 18, he pitched out and barely sneaked a six-foot bogey putt in the side door.
    • If you tend to slice the ball, I recommend that you tee it a little higher when hitting a driver or low-lofted metal wood.
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    • The ball doesn't go safe, but Wise does Paraguay's job for them by ridiculously slicing the loose ball into the side netting.
    • He only succeeded in slicing the ball and it looped over his own keeper Aaron Brian.
    • He can hit line drives or slice the ball to the opposite field.

vi

  • 1.1 (cut) the spade sliced into the soft clay la pala se hundió en la tierra blanda the ship sliced through the waves [literary/literario] el barco surcaba las olas [literary/literario] 1.2 (be cut) this bread/ham doesn't slice very well este pan/jamón es muy difícil de cortar or no se puede cortar bien

Phrasal verbs

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verb + adverb + object, verb + object + adverb/verbo + adverbio + complemento, verbo + complemento + adverbio
[bread] cortar en rebanadas; [salami] cortar en lonchas; [land] seccionar

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Cultural fact of the day

Bullfighting is popular in Spain and in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela. For some Spaniards it is crucial to Spanish identity. The season runs from March to October in Spain, from November to March in Latin America.