slash

slash
slæʃ
1. verb
1) (to make long cuts in (cloth etc): He slashed his victim's face with a razor.) dar un tajo, rajar
2) ((with at) to strike out violently at (something): He slashed at the bush angrily with a stick.) golpear
3) (to reduce greatly: A notice in the shop window read `Prices slashed!') rebajar, reducir

2. noun
1) (a long cut or slit.) tajo, cuchillada
2) (a sweeping blow.) golpe
slash1 n barra
this is a slash: / esto es una barra: /
slash2 vb cortar / rajar
somebody slashed his tyres alguien le rajó los neumáticos
slash
tr[slæʃ]
noun
1 (with sword) tajo; (with knife) cuchillada; (with razor) navajazo; (with whip) latigazo
2 SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL slang meada
3 familiar (oblique) barra oblicua
transitive verb
1 (with sword) dar un tajo a; (with knife) acuchillar, rajar; (with whip) azotar
vandals have slashed all the seats unos gamberros han rajado todos los asientos
she slashed her wrists se cortó las venas
2 figurative use (prices, wages) rebajar, reducir; (budget) recortar
prices slashed precios de remate
intransitive verb
1 (swipe) golpear (at, -)
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to have a slash slang mear
slash ['slæʃ] vt
1) gash: cortar, hacer un tajo en
2) reduce: reducir, rebajar (precios)
slash n
: tajo m, corte m
slash (Typography)
n.
barra s.f.
barra de división s.f.
n.
chirlo s.m.
cortadura s.f.
corte s.m.
cuchillada s.f.
entalladura s.f.
navajada s.f.
tajada s.f.
v.
acuchillar v.
criticar severamente v.
machacar v.
rebajar los precios mucho v.

I slæʃ
noun
1) (cut - on body) cuchillada f, tajo m; (- in tire, cloth) raja f, corte m
2) (oblique) barra f (oblicua)

II
transitive verb
1) \<\<person/face\>\> acuchillar, tajear (AmL); \<\<tires/coat\>\> rajar

he slashed his wrists — se cortó las venas

2) (reduce) \<\<prices/taxes\>\> rebajar drásticamente

prices slashed — espectaculares rebajas

[slæʃ]
1. N
1) (gen) tajo m ; (with knife) cuchillada f ; (with machete) machetazo m ; (with razor) navajazo m
2) (Typ) barra f oblicua
3) (esp Brit)
**

to go for a slash, have a slash — cambiar el agua al canario **

2. VT
1) (=cut) (with knife etc) acuchillar; (with razor) hacer un tajo a; [+ tyre] rajar

to slash one's wrists — cortarse las venas (de la muñeca)

2) (=cut down) [+ trees] talar

slash and burn agriculture — agricultura f de rozas y quema

3) (=reduce) [+ price] reducir, rebajar; [+ estimate etc] reducir radicalmente; [+ text] cortar

prices slashed — grandes rebajas

4) * (=condemn) atacar, criticar severamente
3.
VI

to slash at sb — tirar tajos a algn, tratar de acuchillar a algn

4.
CPD

slash and burn, slash-and-burn N(=method of farming) agricultura f de rozas y quema

* * *

I [slæʃ]
noun
1) (cut - on body) cuchillada f, tajo m; (- in tire, cloth) raja f, corte m
2) (oblique) barra f (oblicua)

II
transitive verb
1) \<\<person/face\>\> acuchillar, tajear (AmL); \<\<tires/coat\>\> rajar

he slashed his wrists — se cortó las venas

2) (reduce) \<\<prices/taxes\>\> rebajar drásticamente

prices slashed — espectaculares rebajas


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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