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slit

noun [C]     /slɪt/
a long, narrow cut or hole in something: Make a slit in the pastry to allow the steam to escape.Holes, hollows and dips
Translations of “slit”
in Korean 틈…
in Arabic شَقّ…
in Portuguese fenda, corte, incisão…
in Catalan tall, ranura…
in Japanese (細長い)切り口, 裂け目, (服の)スリット…
in Italian fessura, taglio, incisione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 裂縫…
in Russian разрез, отверстие…
in Turkish uzun kesik, yarık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 裂缝…
in Polish rozcięcie, szpara…
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