Meaning of SLIT in English

SLIT

transcription, транскрипция: [ slɪt ]

( slits, slitting)

Note: The form 'slit' is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle.

1.

If you slit something, you make a long narrow cut in it.

They say somebody slit her throat...

He began to slit open each envelope...

She was wearing a white dress slit to the thigh.

VERB : V n , V n with open , V-ed to/from n

2.

A slit is a long narrow cut.

Make a slit in the stem about half an inch long.

N-COUNT : oft N in n

3.

A slit is a long narrow opening in something.

She watched them through a slit in the curtains.

N-COUNT : oft N in n

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