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Slice vs Dissection - What's the difference?

slice | dissection |


As nouns the difference between slice and dissection

is that slice is that which is thin and broad while dissection is the act of dissecting, or something dissected.

As a verb slice

is to cut into slices.

Slice vs Slain - What's the difference?

slice | slain |


As nouns the difference between slice and slain

is that slice is that which is thin and broad while slain is .

As a verb slice

is to cut into slices.

As an adjective slain is

.

Tear vs Slice - What's the difference?

tear | slice |


In lang=en terms the difference between tear and slice

is that tear is to produce tears while slice is to clear (eg a fire, or the grate bars of a furnace) by means of a slice bar .

As verbs the difference between tear and slice

is that tear is to rend (a solid material) by holding or restraining in two places and pulling apart, whether intentionally or not; to destroy or separate or tear can be to produce tears while slice is to cut into slices.

As nouns the difference between tear and slice

is that tear is a hole or break caused by tearing or tear can be a drop of clear, salty liquid produced from the eyes by crying or irritation while slice is that which is thin and broad.

Sheet vs Slice - What's the difference?

sheet | slice |


As nouns the difference between sheet and slice

is that sheet is a thin bed cloth used as a covering for a mattress or as a layer over the sleeper while slice is that which is thin and broad.

As verbs the difference between sheet and slice

is that sheet is to cover or wrap with cloth, or paper, or other similar material while slice is to cut into slices.

Layer vs Slice - What's the difference?

layer | slice |


As nouns the difference between layer and slice

is that layer is a single thickness of some material covering a surface while slice is that which is thin and broad.

As verbs the difference between layer and slice

is that layer is (ambitransitive) to cut or divide (something) into layers while slice is to cut into slices.

Pastie vs Slice - What's the difference?

pastie | slice |


As nouns the difference between pastie and slice

is that pastie is an item worn by strippers to conceal the nipples or pastie can be a type of seasoned meat pie, usually of a semicircular or distinctive shape while slice is that which is thin and broad.

As a verb slice is

to cut into slices.

Slice vs Stab - What's the difference?

slice | stab |


As nouns the difference between slice and stab

is that slice is that which is thin and broad while stab is headquarters.

As a verb slice

is to cut into slices.

Slice vs Ski - What's the difference?

slice | ski |


As nouns the difference between slice and ski

is that slice is that which is thin and broad while ski is ski.

As a verb slice

is to cut into slices.

Bite vs Slice - What's the difference?

bite | slice |


As a proper noun bite

is .

As a noun slice is

that which is thin and broad.

As a verb slice is

to cut into slices.

Harvest vs Slice - What's the difference?

harvest | slice |


In lang=en terms the difference between harvest and slice

is that harvest is to win, achieve a gain while slice is to clear (eg a fire, or the grate bars of a furnace) by means of a slice bar .

As nouns the difference between harvest and slice

is that harvest is the third season of the year; autumn; fall while slice is that which is thin and broad.

As verbs the difference between harvest and slice

is that harvest is to bring in a harvest; reap; glean while slice is to cut into slices.

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