1. noun /ˈslɪt/
a) A narrow cut or opening; a slot.
b) The opening of the vagina.
2. verb /ˈslɪt/
a) To cut a narrow opening.

He slit the bag open and the rice began pouring out.

b) To split in two parts.

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  • şliţ — ŞLIŢ, şliţuri, s.n. 1. Scobitură în formă de şanţ, făcută într o piesă sau intr un element de construcţie. 2. Deschizătură făcută la marginea inferioară sau la mânecile unor obiecte de îmbrăcăminte, având un rol practic sau decorativ. ♦… …   Dicționar Român

  • Slit — Slit, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Slit} or {Slitted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Slitting}.] [OE. slitten, fr. sliten, AS. st[=i]tan to tear; akin to D. slijten to wear out, G. schleissen to slit, split, OHG. sl[=i]zan to split, tear, wear out, Icel. st[=i]ta to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • slit — [slɪt] noun [C] I a long narrow space or cut in something a skirt with a slit up the side[/ex] II (past tense past participle slit) verb [T] slit [slɪt] to make a long thin cut in something She grabbed the envelope and slit it open.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Slit — Slit, n. [AS. slite.] A long cut; a narrow opening; as, a slit in the ear. [1913 Webster] {Gill slit}. (Anat.) See {Gill opening}, under {Gill}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • slit — (v.) O.E. slitan cut or tear up, slit, from P.Gmc. *slitanan (Cf. O.S. slitan, O.N. slita, M.L.G., M.Du. sliten, Du. slijten, O.H.G. slizan, Ger. schleißen to slit ). The noun is attested from mid 13c. Slang sense of vulva is attested from 1640s …   Etymology dictionary

  • slit — /slɪt / (say slit) verb (t) (slit, slitting) 1. to cut apart or open along a line; make a long cut, fissure, or opening in. 2. to cut or rend into strips; split. –noun 3. a straight, narrow cut, opening, or aperture. 4. Colloquial (taboo) the… …   Australian English dictionary

  • slit — slit; slit·less; slit·ter; …   English syllables

  • slit — ► NOUN ▪ a long, narrow cut or opening. ► VERB (slitting; past and past part. slit) 1) make a slit in. 2) (past and past part. slitted) form (one s eyes) into slits. ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • slit — [slit] vt. slit, slitting [ME slitten < OE * slittan, akin to MHG slitzen < WGmc * slitjan < base of Gmc * slitan (> OE slitan) < IE base * (s)kel , to cut > SHIELD, SHELL] 1. to cut or split open, esp. by a straight, lengthwise …   English World dictionary

  • Slit — Slit, obs. 3d. pers. sing. pres. of {Slide}. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • slit — [n] small opening, cut aperture, breach, cleavage, cleft, crack, crevice, fissure, gash, hole, incision, rent, split, tear; concept 513 Ant. closure slit [v] cut open gash, incise, knife, lance, pierce, rip, sever, slash, slice, slot, split open …   New thesaurus

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