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slice sth off

phrasal verb with slice uk   us   /slaɪs/ verb
to remove an amount of something by cutting it: She sliced off a piece of sausage. He accidentally sliced the top off his finger while he was cutting vegetables. figurative Amit won the race, slicing three seconds off his previous best time.
Translations of “slice sth off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 切下,切除…
in Chinese (Simplified) 切下,切除…
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