slash

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İngilizce - Türkçe
fiyatta büyük indirim yapmak
{f} yırtmak
{f} kesmek
haşıllamak
(Bilgisayar) bölme işareti
yarık
(Bilgisayar) bölü
{i} uzun yara
(Askeri) süngü ile kesici darbe
taksim işareti
işeme
yakşıca indirmek
yırtmaç
uzun kesik
yarmak
çapmak
{f} rasgele vurmak
{f} kesinti yapmak
ormanda harap edilmiş alan
{f} kılıçla yol açmak
uzun bir yara açar gibi kesmek
{f} kamçılamak
{f} yara açmak
{f} yırtmaç yapmak
Eğik Çizgi
{i} ağır eleştiri
uzun kesik veya yara
(Askeri) SÜNGÜ İLE KESİCİ DARBE: Süngü veya kasatura ile kesici bir darbe. Bu darbe, genel olarak tüfeği, dipçik önde olmak üzere, sol omuz üzerinde ufki vaziyette tutmak suretiyle yapılır
{f} kırbaçlamak
{f} ağır eleştirmek
{i} kamçı vuruşu
eğri ç
{f} (kesici bir aleti kuvvetle savurarak) kesmek: He slashed the bushes with his machete. Palasını savurarak çalıları kesti
{i} yırtık
harap etmek
{i} aşırı kesinti
kılıç ile rasgele şiddetle vurmak
(Tekstil) yırtmaç; yırtmaç açmak; haşıllamak
{i} kesik
uzun
slash mark
taksim işareti
slash and burn
slash ve yanık
slash across
kuvvetle vurmak (yağmur)
slash against
kuvvetle vurmak (yağmur)
slash fraction
(Bilgisayar) bölme işaretli kesir
slash fraction
(Bilgisayar) bölü işaretli kesir
slash mark
taksim işareti, taksim
slash oneself with razor
(kendini) jiletlemek
slash oneself with razor
(kendine) jilet atmak
slash the price
fiyatı aşağı çekmek
slash the price
fiyatı indirmek
slashing
çok güzel
slashing
imha edici
slashing
tahripkâr
slashing
mânia
slashing
engel
forward slash
eğik çizgi
slasher
işkence
slasher
(Tekstil) haşıl makinesi
slashing
çok büyük
slashing
{s} ağır
slashing
amansız bir şekilde
slashing
{s} tahrip
slashing
amansız
slashing
kesik veya yara açma
slashing
uzun kesik veya yara
slashing
{s} acımasız
slashing
{i} mani
slashing
{s} muhteşem
slashing
kuvvetli
slashing
{s} şiddetli
slashing
slashinglyşiddetle
İngilizce - İngilizce
A pee, a trip to the toilet to urinate

Excuse me, I need to take a slash.

A work of fiction (frequently fanfiction) based on celebrities or fictional characters involved in a romantic and/or sexual manner. The characters are most commonly of the same gender. The name comes from the use of the slash symbol (/) to separate the names or initials of the characters or persons involved

Jim/Bob or J/B.

to reduce sharply

Iran on Thursday called on OPEC to slash output by 2 million barrels per day.

Used to connect two or more identities in a list

I'm a teacher slash student.

A quick and hard lateral strike with a hockey stick, usually across the arms or legs
To cut across something with a blade such as knife, sword, scythe etc
The female genitalia
to strike laterally with a hockey stick. usually across the legs or arms
The symbol, /. Also known as a forward slash, particularly in computer programming and web design
A swift striking movement
A swift cut with a blade, particularly with fighting weapons as a sword, saber, knife etc
Used to list alternatives

I think I'm having hallucinations slash someone is playing tricks on me.

{n} a wound, cut, cut in cloth, lash
{v} to cut long cuts, lash, strike at random
Debris left after logging, pruning, thinning or brush cutting It includes logs, limbs and understory trees or brush
The character /, also known as solidus This character is named <slash> in the portable character set
A long cut; a cut made at random
To slash something such as costs or jobs means to reduce them by a large amount. Car makers could be forced to slash prices after being accused of overcharging yesterday = cut
The residue left on the ground after felling, includes unused logs, uprooted stumps and broken tops, for example
/ Used to delineate comments and as the division operator
{f} cut with a sharp quick stroke, gash, wound; reduce, lower; make sharp quick strokes; strongly criticize; create a way by cutting
with an edged instrument; to lay about one indiscriminately with blows; to cut hastily and carelessly
{i} sharp quick stroke; cut, wound, gash; punctuation mark in the form of a diagonal line ( / ); reduction, decrease; small branches and other debris remaining after an area of forest has been cut
You say slash to refer to a sloping line that separates letters, words, or numbers. For example, if you are giving the number 340/2/K you say `Three four zero, slash two, slash K.'
The residue or debris left on the ground after timber cutting, pruning, thinning, or brush cutting and/or accumulating there as a result of storm, fire or other damage It includes unutilized logs, up-rooted stumps, broken or uprooted stems, branches, twigs, leaves, bark, and chips
In timber cutting, the branches, small trees, and other vegetative material not considered suitable for harvesting Often piled and burned
To crack or snap, as a whip
If you slash at a person or thing, you quickly hit at them with something such as a knife. He slashed at her, aiming carefully
Swampy or wet lands overgrown with bushes
A swift and sharp cut with a sword
In forestry, the vegetation (branch and other woody and leafy debris) left on the forest floor after trees have been felled or trimmed
Debris left after logging, pruning, thinning, or brush cutting; also, large accumulation of debris after wind or fire It includes logs, chunks, bark, branches, stumps and broken understory trees or brush
a wound made by cutting; "he put a bandage over the cut"
a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information
A opening or gap in a forest made by wind, fire, or other destructive agency
concentrations of wildland fuels resulting from human activities such as logging, thinning, and road construction, and natural events such as wind Slash is composed of branches, bark, tops, cull logs, uprooted stumps, and broken or uprooted trees
The / character Unix uses in path names A / by itself, or at the beginning of a pathname, means the root directory of the file system Slashes are used also between one directory name and the next, and between the directory name and the filename in long path names
beat severely with a whip or rod; "The teacher often flogged the students"; "The children were severely trounced"
a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument
Debris left after logging, pruning, thinning or brush cutting; includes logs, chips, bark, branches, stumps and broken understory trees or brush
The residue left on the ground after timber cutting or left after a storm, fire, or other event Slash includes unused logs, uprooted stumps, broken or uprooted stems, branches, bark, etc
Branches, tops, and cull trees left on the ground following a harvest Although some of this material can be used for firewood, slash may be arranged in brush piles to provide wildlife cover Left scattered, slash can protect seedlings and sprouts from deer browing and reduce soil erosion
Woody debris accumulating on the ground as a result of a storm, fire, girdling, harvesting or poisoning
Debris left as a result of forest and other vegetation being altered by forestry practices and other land use activities (e g , timber harvesting, thinning and pruning, road construction, seismic line clearing) Slash includes material such as logs, splinters or chips, tree branches and tops, and uprooted stumps, trees and shrubs
In the design of advertisements, the slash is in the shape of a bar or bubble that contains information topical to that specific insertion One is usually sufficient
Debris left after logging, pruning, thinning or brush cutting May include tree tops, branches or bark or debris left after wind or fire damage
A large slit in the material of any garment, made to show the lining through the openings
The symbol, /
To strike violently and at random, esp
To cut across something with a knife, sword etc
cut open; "she slashed her wrists"
The residue left on the ground after felling, including unused logs, uprooted stumps, broken tops, etc
The residue left on the ground as a result of forest and other vegetation being altered by forest practices or other land use activities
To lash; to ply the whip to
cut with sweeping strokes; as with an ax or machete
If you slash something, you make a long, deep cut in it. He came within two minutes of bleeding to death after slashing his wrists. Slash is also a noun. Make deep slashes in the meat and push in the spice paste
a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument an open tract of land in a forest that is strewn with debris from logging (or fire or wind) cut drastically; "Prices were slashed"
To cut by striking violently and at random; to cut in long slits
The residue left on the ground after timber cutting or left after a storm, fire or other event Slash includes unused logs, uprooted stumps, broken or uprooted stems, branches, bark, etc
cut drastically; "Prices were slashed"
(a) Tree tops, branches, bark, or other residue left on the ground after logging or other forestry operations (b) Tree debris left after a natural catastrophe
branches and unusable tops
move or stir about violently; "The feverish patient thrashed around in his bed"
an open tract of land in a forest that is strewn with debris from logging (or fire or wind)
Tree tops, branches, bark or other residue left on the ground after logging, pruning, or other forest operations
(/) - The symbol used in file pathnames, instead of the backslash (\) used in the DOS/Windows and OS/2 operating systems
solidus
slash and burn
A technique in agriculture where plant matter is roughly cut down and then burned over to prepare fields for the next crop
slash and burn
To apply the slash and burn technique

We'll slash and burn this week and plant next.

slash and burn
Rough, coarse and lacking finesse, performed with little skill

His slash and burn approach to management resulted in few friends and many enemies.

slash line
The batting average, on-base percentage, and slugging average of a batter or team when expressed together, separated by slashes

His slash line since being traded is .262/.344/.427.

slash line
The batting average, on-base percentage, and slugging average of batters that have had plate appearances against a pitcher or team

The opponent slash line against Jones this season is a weak .195/.232/.367.

slash pile
Accumulated debris from cutting brush or trimming trees
slash-and-burn
Alternative spelling of slash and burn
slash-and-burn
Of or being a form of agriculture in which an area of forest is cleared by cutting and burning and is then planted, usually for several seasons, before being left to return to forest
slash-and-burn
Drastic or destructive: “The past few years of painful, slash-and-burn expense cutting have made top brokerage executives reluctant to revert to their former, profligate ways” (David Henry)
slash and burn
method of land clearing for cultivation in which the forest is first felled and then burned to add nutrients to the soil
slash and burn
(also: slash 'n burn) v To use formers to eliminate every trace of xenofungus from around your bases A quick way to annoy the eighth faction
slash and burn
Slash and burn is a method of farming that involves clearing land by destroying and burning all the trees and plants on it, farming there for a short time, and then moving on to clear a new piece of land. Traditional slash and burn farming methods have exhausted the soil
slash and burn
cultivation with recurrent clearing and burning of vegetation and planting in the burnt fields Fallow periods for each plot last longer than periods of cultivation It is sometimes referred to as swidden (or shifting) cultivation
slash pine
A pine tree (Pinus elliotti) of swampy coastal areas of the southeast United States that yields pulp, rosin, timber, and turpentine
slash pine
A kind of pine tree (Pinus Cubensis) found in Southern Florida and the West Indies; so called because it grows in "slashes
slash pocket
a pocket in a garment (usually below the waist) to which access is provided by a vertical or diagonal slit in the outside of the garment
forward slash
A slash (the '/' symbol), in contradistinction to a backslash
hack-and-slash
Having a focus on violent combat rather than strategy
slashed
Simple past tense and past participle of slash
slasher
One who slashes
back slash
one of the keyboard characters, "\
forward slash
a line (/) used in writing, to separate words, numbers, or letters = slash
slashed
Marked or cut with a slash or slashes; deeply gashed; especially, having long, narrow openings, as a sleeve or other part of a garment, to show rich lining or under vesture
slashed
(used of rates or prices) reduced usually sharply; "the slashed prices attracted buyers"
slashed
slashed with yellow"- Willa Cather
slashed
wounded by cutting deeply; "got a gashed arm in a knife fight"; "had a slashed cheek from the broken glass"
slashed
Divided into many narrow parts or segments by sharp incisions; laciniate
slashed
patterned by having color applied with sweeping strokes; "brown iris slashed with yellow"- Willa Cather
slashed
{s} gashed, cut, slit, wounded; having slits
slashed
Having been slashed, cut or rent
slashed
having long and narrow ornamental cuts showing an underlying fabric; "a slashed doublet"; "slashed cuffs showing the scarlet lining" patterned by having color applied with sweeping strokes; "brown iris
slashed
patterned by having color applied with sweeping strokes; "brown iris
slashed
past of slash
slashed
having long and narrow ornamental cuts showing an underlying fabric; "a slashed doublet"; "slashed cuffs showing the scarlet lining"
slasher
a weapon (a sword or dagger) used for slashing someone who slashes another person
slasher
slasher film/movie etc a very violent film
slasher
{i} one who slashes; weapon which cuts (i.e. sword)
slasher
A horror movie with graphic blood and violence
slasher
a weapon (a sword or dagger) used for slashing
slasher
A machine for applying size to warp yarns
slasher
someone who slashes another person
slashes
third person singular of slash
slashes
plural of slash
slashing
as if striking with slashing blows; "his slashing demon-ridden cadenza"
slashing
The method of applying size to a width of warp yarns on a continuous basis
slashing
Swinging the stick at an opponent when it is below the shoulders, an infraction even if the swing misses its target Usually incurs a minor penalty, but a major penalty if the opponent is injured
slashing
and a game misconduct
slashing
{i} slash, gash, cut; cutting, gashing; quick and easy method for clearing areas of forest
slashing
When a player swings the stick at an opponent Slashing merits a penalty, whether contact is made or not
slashing
present participle of slash
slashing
weapons skills with slashing type of weapons Skill of 1 allows you to do 20% DMG, skill of 2 40% and so on and so forth to 5 (100% DMG) A skill of 6 allows you to do 100% DMG with Slashing weapons and gives you a +1 to hit with them and so on up to a skill of 10 with a +5 to hit (Paladin, Stonefist, Horde of Nissi) Level 1- Cost: 500XP (20% of total DMG strength + weapon DMG) Level 2- Cost: 750XP (40% of total DMG strength + weapon DMG) Level 3- Cost: 1,125XP (60% of total DMG strength + weapon DMG) Level 4- Cost: 1,500XP (80% of total DMG strength + weapon DMG) Level 5- Cost: 2,250XP (100% of total DMG strength + weapon DMG) Level 6- Cost: 3,375XP +1 to hit Level 7- Cost: 5,000XP additional +1 to hit Level 8- Cost: 7,500XP additional +1 to hit Level 9- Cost: 11,250XP additional +1 to hit Level 10- Cost: 14,000XP additional +1 to hit
slashing
{s} of someone or something that slashes; critical, sarcastic; driving, pelting; vivid, intense, strong; cool, amazing (Slang)
slashing
A minor penalty called when a player swings his stick at another player
slashing
Slitting a loaf with 1/4" - 1/2" cuts, for the purpose of guiding the bloom of the loaf so that it swells where the baker wants it to and for decorative purposes
slashing
swinging a crosse (stick) at an opponent's crosse or body with deliberate viciousness or recklessness, regardless of whether the opponent's crosse or body is struck Slashing is also striking an opponent in the face, head, neck, chest, back, shoulders, or below the waist with the crosse, head or butt end
slashing
In forestry, cutting back the less tough, competing vegetation, for example, ground cover like bracken A form of clearing
slashing
as if striking with slashing blows; "his slashing demon-ridden cadenza
slashing
The placing of a protective film around warp threads of cotton, filament rayon, spun yarn Most warps, it may be safely stated, are slashed or sized, particularly single end warp The method consists of section beams, being run through size or slash liquor, then dried on heated cylinders and finally placed on the one warp beam
slashing
Using your stick to hit or attempt to hit an opposing player A minor penalty
slashing
the application by a slasher of starch or size to a sheet of warp yarn produced in the warping process to protect the warp yarn during the weaving process
slash