Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Slice"

The meaning of "Slice" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does slice of paradise mean?
A: It means something heavenly, or something really good, above average.

"This cheese cake is a slice of paradise."
Q: What does little slice of ___ mean?
A: "a little slice of" means a small representative part... a little bit of paradise.
Q: What does slice mean?
A: *pedaço* ou *fatia*
Exemplo:
"Você pode cortar um pedaço desse bolo para mim?"
Can you cut a slice of this cake for me?
Q: What does a larger slice of the pie mean?
A: more of something than somebody else has.

like if there was a full pie and I took a bigger piece than everyone else, I'd be in a better situation and at a bigger advantage than everyone else.
Q: What does slice logs with mean?
A: Slice logs = cut up wood. Miss Emily's intellect was 'sharp'. Sharp refers to a good cutting blade but also to someone who is a clear thinker.

Example sentences using "Slice"

Q: Please show me example sentences with slice.
A: i want a slice of pizza.
can you slice the watermelon?
Q: Please show me example sentences with to slice.
A: Slice meaning:
Portion or share of something

Examples:
1) I want a slice of bread

2) I will slice a piece for you

It can also mean to cut through something.
Q: Please show me example sentences with slice.
A: She sliced the bread with a knife.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Get the biggest slice of the pie.
A: @Eduardoakaedu: The government has less money to spend on education this year, so primary schools will get a smaller slice of the pie than last year.

(In this case, the pie represents the budget the government has to spend on federally funded things. A slice of this would be a part of the money.)
Q: Please show me example sentences with slice.
A: Would you like a slice of pizza or bread?
I have to slice the fruit.

Synonyms of "Slice" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between A slice of and A piece of ?
A: “A slice of” is often used with food
A slice of the pizza
A slice of the apple
A slice of the cake

“A piece of” is also used with food
A piece of the pizza
A piece of the apple
A piece of the cake

“A piece of” is also used with objects
A piece of the puzzle

A piece of paper (one sheet of paper)
A piece of gum (one stick of gum)
Q: What is the difference between Two slices of pizza. and Two slices of pizzas. ?
A: Two slices of pizza ..... means two slices cut from one pizza....

and Two slices of pizzas ... .... pizzas is plural .... more than one pizza.
Q: What is the difference between remain three slices of pizza and three slices of pizza remain ?
A: You need to say "There remain three slices of pizza" and then they are equivalent.
Q: What is the difference between slice and lump ?
A: "A slice of pie" means you took a knife and cut it out of the pie.


"A lump of pie" sounds like you took a spoon and scooped out some of the pie and plopped it onto a plate.

A slice has more defined lines. But a lump is a bit more round and has less defined lines.

Translations of "Slice"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? -a slice of cake
-a piece of cake
Which one should I use?
A: Either is perfectly fine. Both mean the same thing.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? slice
A: Slice or cut works
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? You can eat a slice of bread for breakfast. I make the products one by on very carefully.
A: "You can have a slice of bread for breakfast. I'll make them with care." The second sentence is a little confusing, so I don't know of that is what you were looking for.

Other questions about "Slice"

Q: I'm taking some slices of bread to the toaster. Please give me a correct way of saying.
A: I'm putting some bread in the toaster
Q: I ate a slice of bread with azuki bean paste in it. It tasted better than I had expected.
Does this sound natural?
A: you can also just drop the phrase "in it"

I ate a slice of bread with azuki bean paste.

And by the way that looks so yummy! 😆
Q: I ate three slices of bread and two cups of tea for dinner. Does this sound natural?
A: Yes, you eat food but drink drinks. ​​"I ate three slices of bread and drank two cups of tea for dinner."
Q: 1) a slice of bread with butter
2) a slice of bread with spread butter on it. Does this sound natural?
A: #1 sounds natural. For #2, you could say "a slice of bread with butter spread on it" instead. Another version would be a slice of buttered bread :)
Q: There is still two slices of cake left. Do you wanna eat them? Does this sound natural?
A: I think "there are still two pieces of cake left" would be more appropriate.

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