slit

  1. a long narrow opening
  2. obscene terms for female genitals
  3. a depression scratched or carved into a surface
  4. a narrow fissure

Slit

[gene family] Slit refers to a family of related genes which encode a corresponding set of secreted proteins, also collectively referred to as Slit. The ventral midline of the central nervous system is a key place where axons can either decide to cross and laterally project or stay on the same side of the brain. The main function of Slit pr...
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slit

[adj] - having a long narrow cut 2. [adj] - having a narrow opening 3. [n] - a narrow fissure 4. [n] - a long narrow opening 5. [v] - make a clean cut through 6. [v] - cut a slit into
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Slit

a narrow opening in a wall for admitting light and for firing arrows
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Slit

To cut rolls of stock to specified widths. Either rotary or stationary knives or blades are used with mechanical unwinding and rewinding devices.
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Slit

Slit obsolete 3d. pers. sing. present of Slide . Chaucer.
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Slit

Slit transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Slit or Slitted ; present participle & verbal noun Slitting .] [ Middle English slitten , from sliten , Anglo-Saxon stītan to tear; akin to Dutch ...
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Slit

Slit noun [ Anglo-Saxon slite .] A long cut; a narrow opening; as, a slit in the ear. Gill slit . (Anat.) See Gill opening , under Gill .
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slit

<microscopy> A narrow aperture, usually rectangular in shape. ... (05 Aug 1998) ...
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slit

noun a long narrow opening
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slit

noun a narrow fissure
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Slit

• (n.) To cut lengthwise; to cut into long pieces or strips; as, to slit iron bars into nail rods; to slit leather into straps. • (imp. & p. p.) of Slit • 3d. pers. sing. pres. of Slide. • (n.) To cut; to sever; to divide. • (n.) To cut or make a long fissure in or upon; as, to slit the ear or the nose. • (n.) A lon......
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slit

(from the article `tapestry`) Where the weft margin of a colour area is straight and parallel to the warps, it forms a kind of slit, or relais, which may be treated in any of five ...
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Slit

A narrow vertical or horizontal split in the fabric usually added for ease of movement or sex appeal.
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Slit

To cut paper using a disk or wheel.
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Slit

Slit is slang for the vagina.
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Slit

Slit is slang for the vagina.
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slit

Type: Term Pronunciation: slit Definitions: 1. A long, narrow opening, incision, or aperture.
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Slit

a narrow opening in a wall for admitting light and for firing arrows
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