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English definition of “slice”

slice

noun [C, usually singular]
 
 
/slaɪs/ informal
a part or share of something, especially an amount of money: a/sb's slice of sth The energy development company has quickly increased its slice of the US market. She agreed to help us out in exchange for a slice of the profits.a big/large/small slice of sth The best plan would be to buy a bigger slice of the network.
(Definition of slice from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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