Meaning of “slice” - Learner’s Dictionary

slice

verb uk us /slaɪs/
FOOD [ T ] (also slice up)

B2 to cut food into thin, flat pieces:

Could you slice the tomatoes?
slice into/off/through, etc [ I, T ]

to cut into or through something with a knife or something sharp:

I almost sliced my finger off.
→ See also the best/greatest thing since sliced bread

(Definition of “slice verb” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)