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Translation of "slice" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

slice

noun (PIECE)     /slaɪs/
[C] a flat, often thin, piece of food that has been cut from a larger piece (切下的食物)薄片 a slice of bread/cake 一片麵包/蛋糕 cucumber/lemon slices 黃瓜/檸檬片 Would you like another slice of ham/beef? 要不要再來一片火腿/牛肉? Words meaning small pieces and amounts [S] a part of something, such as an amount of money (錢等的)份額,部分 We agreed before we did the deal that we'd both take an equal slice of the profit. 成交前,我們說定雙方各拿利潤的一半。 The film presents us with a fascinating slice of history. 這部電影向我們展示了一個非常有趣的歷史片段。 Words meaning parts of things [C] a kitchen utensil with a wide blade which is used for serving pieces of food 餐刀;(餐桌用的)小鏟 a cake/fish slice 蛋糕刀/煎魚鏟 Kitchen utensils
(Definition of slice noun (PIECE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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