Slit



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
2.
to cut into strips lengthwise
3.
to sever
noun
4.
a long narrow cut
5.
a long narrow opening
slip one’s trolley

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