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slash

US [slæʃ]
UK [slæʃ]
  • n.斜杠;切口;斜线号;劈
  • v.劈;大幅度削减;大大降低
  • Web斩击;猛砍;大量削减
Simple Present:slashes  Present Participle:slashing  Past Tense:slashed  
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v.
1.
~ sth
(用利器)砍,劈to make a long cut with a sharp object, especially in a violent way
Someone had slashed the tyres on my car.
有人把我的汽车轮胎割破了。
She tried to kill herself by slashing her wrists.
她试图割腕自杀。
We had to slash our way through the undergrowth with sticks.
我们挥舞着木棍一路劈砍,才在密林里开出一条路,穿了过去。
2.
[oftpass]
(informal)
~ sth
大幅度削减;大大降低to reduce sth by a large amount
to slash costs/prices/fares, etc.
大幅度降低成本、价格、车费等
The workforce has been slashed by half.
职工人数裁减了一半。
n.
1.
[c]
(用刀等的)砍,劈a sharp movement made with a knife, etc. in order to cut sb/sth
2.
[c]
(长而窄的)伤口,切口,砍痕a long narrow wound or cut
a slash across his right cheek
他右脸上的一道刀伤
Her mouth was a slash of red lipstick.
她的嘴就是口红抹出的一道缝。
3.
[c]
斜杠;斜线号the symbol (/) used to show alternatives, as inlunch and/or dinner and4/5 people and to write fractions , as in ¾
4.
[sing]
撒尿an act of urinating
He's just nipped out to have a slash.
他刚才急急忙忙跑出去撒了一泡尿。

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