- n a share of something
a slice of the company's revenue
- n a serving that has been cut from a larger portion
a slice of bread
- n a wound made by cutting
- n a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
- n a thin flat piece cut off of some object
- n a spatula for spreading paint or ink
- v make a clean cut through
- v hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels in a different direction
- v cut into slices
- v hit a ball so that it causes a backspin
- Iraqis in Britain think twice about going back: Europe's Gulf War Syndrome Peace won't be enough to lift Europe's sagging economies: Building Blocs Carving a slice of post-war Iraq.
- Turnout among the youngest slice of the electorate more than doubled from 2004, when Howard Dean's intense campaign on college campuses produced far more modest results.
- Nor would we have had the opportunity to read her charming but pugnacious slice-of-life portraits of Cuba, which she has been sending out through cyberspace since April 2007 as the .
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- 11-year-old Dade County girl gets ham license, calls out to the world
TRENTON, Ga. — Static crackled over the airwaves atop the Dade County, Ga., slice of Sand Mountain on Wednesday when 11-year-old Sierra Saylors reached out to the world.
June 20, 2013 - Chattanooga Times Free Press
- Yardley Borough Council to have Reading Avenue property appraised; sale would help borough purchase riverfront land
YARDLEY BOROUGH -- A .9-acre slice of borough-owned land on Reading Avenue that has sat dormant for years next to the SEPTA train station may soon be put up for sale.
June 19, 2013 - Yardley News
- Man of Steel
Zack Snyder's tedious slice of noisy chaos barely rates any popcorn by Al Hoff A lot of stuff blows up or is otherwise epically destroyed in Zack Snyder's Man of Steel. Another thing that might also crumble is your expectation for a decent summer popcorn film, because this tedious slice of noisy chaos isn't it.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
June 19, 2013 - Pittsburgh City Paper
- Barack Obama in ABC News
It was unknowable then, but so much of the progress that would define the 20th century, on both sides of the Atlantic, came down to the battle for a slice of beach only six miles long and two miles wide,Obama said at a ceremony at the...
- Stewart Cink in International Herald Tribune
I think maybe we ought to slice him open to see what's inside,Cink said. "Maybe nuts and bolts."
- Roger Moore in Lancashire Telegraph
It's always been policy that no Bond director ever got a slice of the box office profits,Sir Roger says. "So, Spielberg went off and made Indiana Jones, who I reckon to be a period James Bond!"