dicer dicer


  • (n) a mechanical device used for dicing food


  1. Skeptics of such products say these claims are about as credible as a slicer-dicer infomercial.
  2. Essentially, he will put the entire genome in a dicer that will chop it into millions of segments.
  3. The only weapon flaunted here is a dicer-peeler-grater.



  • "I'm glad he's on my team," said Garrity, who made 19 saves last night. "He's a great finisher. He's a little dicer in there. He's always in the right place in the right time."
    on Jun 19, 2005 By: Chris Garrity Source: Boston Globe

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