slitting

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Cutting printed sheets or webs into two or more sections by means of cutting wheels on a press or folder
the reduction of a sheet or roll material by making parallel cuts along one dimension in order to form sheets or strips with less width
present participle of slit
The process where sheets of foam are cut from a rectangular foam block
from Slit
A process by which wide sheet is slit or cut into narrower widths
Cutting a sheet of metal into narrower strips to match customer needs Because mills have limited flexibility as to the widths of the sheet that they produce, service centers or independent processors normally will cut the sheet for the customer
a continuous rotary shearing operation to split wide coils into narrower coils
Cutting a sheet of stainless steel into a smaller strip to meet customers demands
Cutting into strips, usually lengthwise See preferred term, Ripping
Rough rolled or square section wire usually 3 mm in dimension Usually purchased for subsequent drawing operations to produce a variety of sizes
Cutting printed sheets into two or more sections by means of cutting wheels on a folder to top
slit
A derogatory name for a woman, usually a sexually loose woman; a prostitute
slit
To cut a narrow opening

He slit the bag open and the rice began pouring out.

slit
{n} a long cut or rent, a long narrow opening
slit
{v} to cut or rend lengthwise, divide, split
slit
The form slit is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle
slit
a long narrow opening a narrow fissure cut a slit into; "slit the throat of the victim"
slit
A slit is a long narrow opening in something. She watched them through a slit in the curtains. to make a straight narrow cut in cloth, paper, skin etc. a long straight narrow cut or hole
slit
(1) a cut through the backing sheet or release liner of a decal to facilitate removal of the decal for application to the substrate; (2) a cut through any sheet material for any purpose, but usually to indicate a separation line or to permit the escape of air if the sheet is closely contacted with another true surface
slit
To cut or make a long fissure in or upon; as, to slit the ear or the nose
slit
A cut made in a fibreboard sheet without removal of material
slit
When two or more widths are obtained from the hot rolled substrate width The slitting operation results in a cut edge
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slit
On a press or folder: to cut printed sheets or webs into two or more sections by cutting wheels
slit
The opening of the vagina
slit
To cut; to sever; to divide
slit
Fente Arrow-slit Narrow opening in a wall for discharge of arrows and admittance of light See also arrow-loop
slit
make a clean cut through; "slit her throat
slit
If you slit something, you make a long narrow cut in it. They say somebody slit her throat He began to slit open each envelope She was wearing a white dress slit to the thigh
slit
a long narrow opening
slit
{i} strait and narrow cut or opening
slit
To cut printed sheets or webs into two or more sections by means of cutting wheels on a press or folder
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To cut a roll of stock to specified widths Either rotary or stationary knives or blades are used with mechanical unwinding and rewinding devices Also applied to sheet material, as boxboard
slit
To split in two parts
slit
a long narrow opening a narrow fissure cut a slit into; "slit the throat of the victim" make a clean cut through; "slit her throat
slit
a depression scratched or carved into a surface
slit
cut a slit into; "slit the throat of the victim"
slit
A slit is a long narrow cut. Make a slit in the stem about half an inch long
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slit
a narrow fissure
slit
{f} cut open along a line, make a straight narrow cut, cut lengthwise; cut into strips
slit
obscene terms for female genitals
slit
A long cut; a narrow opening; as, a slit in the ear
slit
Multiple rows of fibers (may be in Ferrule or Rectangular Box connector-please specify)
slit
A narrow cut or opening; a slot
slit
To cut lengthwise; to cut into long pieces or strips; as, to slit iron bars into nail rods; to slit leather into straps
slit
make a clean cut through; "slit her throat"
slit
Usually narrow entry point for light to a spectrograph The slit is often made from a pair of ordinary razor blades which can be machined to achieve very straight edges This gives a precisely determined light source for the instrument
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slit
A cut used in the corrugated in place of a score
slitting

    Silbentrennung

    slit·ting

    Türkische aussprache

    slîtîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈslətəɴɢ/ /ˈslɪtɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English slitten; akin to Middle High German slitzen to slit, Old High German slIzan to tear apart, Old English sciell shell; more at SHELL.

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