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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