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What is the meaning of slash in Hindi?

Meaning of slash in Hindi is : स्लेश

Definition of word slash

  • A swift cut with a blade, particularly with fighting weapons as a sword, saber, knife etc. (noun)
    एक ब्लेड के साथ एक तेज कटौती, विशेष रूप से तलवार, कृपाण, चाकू आदि के रूप में लड़ने वाले हथियारों के साथ।
  • To cut across something with a blade such as knife, sword, scythe etc. (verb)
    ब्लेड से किसी चीज को काटना जैसे चाकू, तलवार, कैंची आदि।
  • Used to connect two or more identities in a list. (conjunction)
    किसी सूची में दो या दो से अधिक पहचानों को जोड़ने के लिए उपयोग किया जाता है।

Examples of word slash

  • I don’t ever remember reading about pliers or vomit in a Penthouse Letters column, but I’ve seen plenty of “hurt/comfort”? slash some people claim that term is where ’slash’ comes from.
  • I don’t ever remember reading about pliers or vomit in a Penthouse Letters column, but I’ve seen plenty of “hurt/comfort” slash some people claim that term is where ’slash’ comes from.
  • There was a time when the term slash and burn brought to mind a form of shifting cultivation practised from ancient times.
  • The term slash comes from the way those stories were labeled with a slash (K/S) instead of an ampersand.
  • Senator Obama has been saying that it's his opponent who is guilty of what he calls slash and burn tactics and both of the candidates are unveiling negative ads in these final days before Tuesday's primary.
  • He is saying that Senator Clinton is really going at him with what he calls slash-and-burn politics, saying that she's throwing everything and the kitchen sink at him, saying that that is distracting from debating the real issues.
  • Obama had denounced what he called slash and burn politics just last Sunday.
  • Personally, I've never been much into slash simply because I'm usually not into any pairing that's not canon (which says a lot about mainstream media and brings up the question of how exactly to define 'slash', but anyway), so I can't say much about that sort of trend in slash in general.
  • Some of the sites, of course, contain slash fiction.