lash, slaash, slas, slashh, sllash, sslassh, zlazh
Slash — synonyms, definition
1. slash (Noun) Brit, informal, vulgar
bayonet cut diagonal gash impalement knife pee peeing pierce piss pissing separatrix slit solidus stick stroke virgule waz wazz wee • • •
slash (Noun) — A wound made by cutting.
ex. "he put a bandage over the slash"
slash (Noun) — An open tract of land in a forest that is strewn with debris from logging (or fire or wind).
slash (Noun) — A punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information.
slash (Noun) — A strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument.
slash (Noun) — Informal term for urination.
14 types of
cut cutting dry land earth ground land lesion micturition punctuation punctuation mark solid ground terra firma urination wound
2. slash (Verb) Brit, informal, vulgar
abbreviate abridge abstract alter bayonet beat cheapen claw cleave compress convulse cut cut down decline digest discount draw blood flog gash hurt • • •
slash (Verb) — Cut with sweeping strokes; as with an axe or machete.
slash (Verb) — Beat severely with a whip or rod.
ex. "The teacher often slashed the students"
slash (Verb) — Cut open.
ex. "she slashed her wrists"
slash (Verb) — Cut drastically.
ex. "Prices were slashed"
slash (Verb) — Move or stir about violently.
ex. "The feverish patient slashed around in his bed"
13 types of
agitate beat beat up bring down cut cut back cut down reduce shake trim trim back trim down work over
birch cat cowhide flagellate horsewhip leather scourge switch whip