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have/take a slash

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave/take a slashhave/take a slashBritish English spoken not politeHBH to urinate slash
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have/take a slashAnd some London pubs have slashed their prices from £1.70 a pint to less than a pound.To woo customers, carpet stores have slashed prices, which cut into the bottom line of carpet manufacturers.The telecommunications giant joined a growing number of employers in growth industries that have slashed payrolls even as their profits soared.A swarthy fellow with ringlets was taking a slash at her with a heavy cutlass.We have slashed soot and dust emissions by nearly 90 percent.A bill that would have slashed child support payments for most divorced fathers failed in the state Assembly.Last year, Hayworth supported welfare-reform legislation that would have slashed federal spending by $ 66 billion over five years.You have slashed costs and created an extensive new marketing campaign.
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