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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to slash:   (195 results)

Often used in the same context:
cut, trim, pare, lop, chop, reduction, cutbacks, axing, halving, rein, whittle, drop, curb, ballooning, austerity, ratchet, downsizes, rightsize, scrap, boost, increase, burn, prune, stave off, yank, quadruple, cull, cripple, shrinking, chuck, rip, spiralling, restructuring, shedding, mothball, pull, claw, jettisoning, hobble, furloughing, gazump, halt, freeze, slap, layoffs, doubling, scupper, ditching, rejig, hikes, whack, dump, redundancies, shuttering, scalpel, squeeze, scrape, hack, rises, chopping block, purge, meat cleaver, nix, slice, gouge, decrease, clamp, slims, scaling, reorganization, downgrade, garrotte, red ink, lessoning, turnround, rachet, crimping, pay, hiring freeze, shaves, shrivelling, fall, elimination, kickstart, rationalization, stagger, razor, flagging, cutters, supertax, sharpening, tumble, capping, overhaul, plunge, woo, busting, stab, hard up, cadge, stoke, peel, slashes, gash, lunge, flash, gashes, swipe, arrow, jab, swath, kick, shove, dash, gust, lash, stroke, dashes, lurch, streak, fiducial, plumb, align, distinctive, erosional, groove, grow, jth, mark, reference, .., 1-2-3, >, accentual, aliasing, alignment, allowed, appraisal, assumed, bevel

More specific:
birch, cat, cowhide, flagellate, horsewhip, scourge, whip

Appears in the definition of:
gyromitra sphaerospora, round-spored gyromitra

More general:
agitate, beat, beat up, bring down, cut, cutting, cut back, cut down, dry land, earth, ground, land, lesion, punctuation, punctuation mark, reduce, shake, solid ground, terra firma, trim, trim back, trim down, wound

Synonyms:
convulse, cut, cut down, diagonal, flog, gash, lash, lather, separatrix, slashing, slice, solidus, strap, stroke, thrash, thrash about, thresh, thresh about, toss, trounce, virgule, welt, whip

Also try:
— Adjectives for slash: forward, double, single, red, diagonal, deep, long, quick, white, vertical, last, more...

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See slash used in context: 25 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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