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slash

verb /slӕʃ/
to make long cuts in (cloth etc)
dar un tajo, rajar
He slashed his victim’s face with a razor.
(with at) to strike out violently at (something)
golpear
He slashed at the bush angrily with a stick.
to reduce greatly
rebajar, reducir
A notice in the shop window read ’Prices slashed!’
(Definition of slash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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