slash 的 3 个定义
- to cut with a violent sweeping stroke or by striking violently and at random, as with a knife or sword.
- to lash; whip.
- to cut, reduce, or alter: The editors slashed the story to half its length.
- to lay about one with sharp, sweeping strokes; make one's way by cutting.
- to make a sweeping, cutting stroke.
- a sweeping stroke, as with a knife, sword, or pen.
- a cut, wound, or mark made with such a stroke.
- a curtailment, reduction, or alteration: a drastic slash of prices.
- Diced apples and walnuts go into the mutaki, whose filling you can spy through the slashes made in the baked dough, curved as a Slinky toy.
- Google treats URLs with and without a trailing slash as unique pages.
- By default, Shopify automatically ends URLs without a trailing slash, but variations of the same URL with a trailing slash are accessible to both users and search engines.
- This can normally be avoided by enforcing a site-wide trailing slash redirect via the website’s htaccess file, but Shopify does not allow access to the htaccess file.
- Slough Creek is regarded as one of the best anywhere for the distinctive cutthroat trout, with its red slash on the lower jaw.
- The young man weaves through clusters of bamboo and cuts a diagonal slash into a tree, positioning a hollow log at the end.
- For example, they slash the faces of female bar owners who refuse to pay protection money.
- “House Republicans slash funding that would help fight Ebola,” thundered Salon.
- Another thing about planet tea party: Its occupants still want to slash government spending by massive amounts.
- I would have added “no photographs of meditative politicians walking on the shore” with a slash though a silhouette of JFK.
- It was shrill, it was penetrating, it rose and fell with a sort of ripping, tearing slash.
- Well, by and by an adder bit a knight's heel; the knight forgot all about the order, and made a slash at the adder with his sword.
- It was a female, somewhat smaller than the ones Kieran had fought with, and having a slash of white on the throat and chest.
- The president, the vice-presidents, and the stewards were to have three buttons on a slash cuff, and to wear blue pantaloons.
- I left them as they were, and busied myself with rooting out undeniable weeds and carting off the slash and rubbish.