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1 slash /ˈslæʃ/ verb
slashes; slashed; slashing
1 slash
/ˈslæʃ/
verb
slashes; slashed; slashing
Learner's definition of SLASH
[+ object]
: to make a long cut in (something) with a knife or other sharp weapon
: to make (a path) by cutting plants
: to reduce (something) by a large amount

slash at

[phrasal verb]
slash at (someone or something)
: to attack (someone or something) violently with a knife or other sharp weapon
2 slash /ˈslæʃ/ noun
plural slashes
2 slash
/ˈslæʃ/
noun
plural slashes
Learner's definition of SLASH
[count] : a thin and usually long cut made with a knife or other sharp object
[count] : a quick movement with a sharp knife or weapon to cut someone or something
[count] : a patch or line of bright light or color
[count] : the mark / that is used to mean “or” (as in and/or), “and or” (as in bottles/cans), or “per” (as in kilometers/hour) or as a division sign in fractions (as in ³/₄)
called also slash mark, (British) oblique
[singular] British slang : an act of urinating
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