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  1. slit

    • IPA[slɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      a long, narrow cut or opening
    • v.
      make a long, narrow cut in;cut (something) into strips
    • verb: slit, 3rd person present: slits, gerund or present participle: slitting, past tense: slit, past participle: slit

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    • 1. make a long, narrow cut in give me the truth or I will slit your throat he slit open the envelope
    • cut (something) into strips a wide recording head magnetizes the tape before it is slit to domestic size
    • 2. form (one's eyes) into slits; squint she slitted her eyes to look at him slitted eyes
    • n.
      any of a series of openings between the gill arches of a fish, through which water passes from ...

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    • adj.
      having long, narrow eyes, or eyes narrowed by squinting: he gave me a slit-eyed look she stared, slit-eyed, down the length of the gun

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a side pocket with a vertical opening.

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    • n.
      (especially in a medieval fortified building) a narrow vertical slit in a wall for shooting or ... we could see the old arrow-slit windows

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    • n.
      (especially in a medieval fortified building) a narrow vertical slit in a wall for shooting or ... we could see the old arrow-slit windows

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    • n.
      a lamp which emits a narrow but intense beam of light, used for examining the interior of the eye.

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    • n.
      a lamp which emits a narrow but intense beam of light, used for examining the interior of the eye.

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    • n.
      a narrow trench for a soldier or a small group of soldiers and their equipment.

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    • IPA[slit]

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    • n.
      a long, narrow cut or opening: make a slit in the stem under a bud arrow slits
    • v.
      make a long, narrow cut in (something): give me the truth or I will slit your throat he slit open the envelope

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