Synonyms of slice
1 pieceDictionary • water flavoured with a slice of lemon
piece • Another piece of cake?
segment • the poorer segments of society
portion • I have spent a large portion of my life here.
wedge • a wedge of cheese
helping • extra helpings of ice-cream
cut (informal) • The lawyers, of course, will take their cut of the profits.
2 partDictionary • Fiction takes up a large slice of the publishing market.
part • A large part of his earnings went on repaying the bank loan.
share • I have had more than my share of adventures.
piece • The equipment was taken down the shaft in pieces.
proportion • A proportion of the rent is met by the city council.
allocation • During rationing we had a sugar allocation.
allotment • His meagre allotment of gas had to be saved for emergencies.
cutDictionary • She sliced the cake.
cut • Cut the tomatoes into small pieces.
divide • the artificial line that divided the city
carve • Carve the beef into slices.
segment • As clubs get more organised they'll segment their squads.
sever • Oil was still gushing from the severed fuel line.
cleave • The axe had cleaved open the back of his skull.
bisect • The main street bisects the town.
PHRASAL VERB:▷ slice something off
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allocationAn allocation is an amount of something, especially money, that is given to a particular person or used for a particular purpose.
• During rationing we had a sugar allocation.
allotmentAn allotment of something is a share or amount of it that is given to someone.
• His meagre allotment of gas had to be saved for emergencies.
bisectIf something long and thin bisects an area or line, it divides the area or line in half.
• The main street bisects the town.
Thesaurus for slice from the Collins English Thesaurus
a thin flat piece cut from something having bulk
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