(in a shipyard) the area sloping toward the water, on which the ways are located.
a ramp on a factory ship for hauling aboard carcasses of whales for processing.
the sloping area in a shipyard, containing the ways
Also called marine railway. the ways on which a vessel is launched
the ramp of a whaling factory ship
a pillowcase; pillowslip
networking, tool A SLIP emulator by Danny Gasparovski, faster than TIA. Version: 0.95H 12 Sep 95. (http://webcom.com/~llarrow/slirp.html). (1995-09-15)
verb (used with object), slit, slitting. 1. to cut apart or open along a line; make a long cut, fissure, or opening in. 2. to cut or rend into strips; split. noun 3. a straight, narrow cut, opening, or aperture. verb (transitive) slits, slitting, slit 1. to make a straight long incision in; split open […]
noun 1. a hollowed-out log with a long, narrow slit, beaten with a stick or stamped upon to produce a drumming sound, found in many cultures since ancient times.
noun, Phonetics. 1. a fricative, as (f) or (th), in which the tongue is relatively flat, with air channeled over it through a shallow slit.