adjective, British Informal.
a slap-up do.
(prenominal) (Brit, informal) (esp of meals) lavish; excellent; first-class
SLAR sideways-looking airborne radar
verb (transitive) 1. (Northern English, dialect) to spill (something): to slart the salt
verb (used with object) 1. to cut with a violent sweeping stroke or by striking violently and at random, as with a knife or sword. 2. to lash; whip. 3. to cut, reduce, or alter: The editors slashed the story to half its length. 4. to make slits in (a garment) to show an underlying […]
[slash-uh n-burn] /ˈslæʃ ənˈbɜrn/ adjective 1. of a method of agriculture used in the tropics, in which forest vegetation is felled and burned, the land is cropped for a few years, then the forest is allowed to reinvade. slash-and-burn adjective 1. denoting a short-term method of cultivation in which land is cleared by destroying and […]