Slash in a sentence as a noun

Just go to plus dot google dot com slash 114124849657167573853".

The only thing they really can, slash costs.

We finally have downloads back!It looks like this fails on tag names that have a slash in them.

In particular, using the slash operator to join paths is brilliant.

It used to be a super lucrative field, now agencies who can afford to slash prices because they hire cheap developers can churn those out by the hundreds a month.

Things like file formats, threading models, frigging slash directions in filenames, deviance in compiler standards.

Slash in a sentence as a verb

Long term, the browser as a full-featured operating system makes more sense than as a mere scriptable document viewer slash plugin container.

If we can slash the costs of driving then we could probably cut down the cost of vehicle construction, not to mention creating an entirely new set of goods for manufacture.

When I first started programming, I didn't know which of the two symbols / or \ was "forward slash" or "back slash", so I got into the habit of calling them "uphill" and "downhill", respectively.

Drawing all the little balls and filling in the halfmoon C, up and down thingies seems tedious, when traditionally one writes a simple dot or a little slash instead of the note head.

Every specific victim of the slash and burn period at Google was fairly understandably, even if I disagreed with it personally.

A surgeon must take the patient to the operating room urgently, make a slash down the middle of the abdomen, wash out all the bilious and infected fluid, find the hole in the duodenum, and repair it.

Slash definitions


a wound made by cutting; "he put a bandage over the cut"

See also: gash slice


an open tract of land in a forest that is strewn with debris from logging (or fire or wind)


a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information

See also: solidus virgule diagonal stroke separatrix


a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument

See also: gash


cut with sweeping strokes; as with an ax or machete


beat severely with a whip or rod; "The teacher often flogged the students"; "The children were severely trounced"

See also: flog welt whip lather lash strap trounce


cut open; "she slashed her wrists"

See also: gash


cut drastically; "Prices were slashed"


move or stir about violently; "The feverish patient thrashed around in his bed"

See also: convulse thresh thrash toss jactitate