to cut food into small cubes
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I always dice my onions when I cook a curry.
Can you dice the carrots please?
A: What are you cooking?
B: A lasagne.
A: Can I help?
B: Yeah. Can you dice the celery?
I diced the potatoes.
The vegetables were diced to the same size.
A: This tastes amazing.
B: Thank you.
A: Did you do anything special?
B: I diced all the vegetables, rather than slicing them.
I'm dicing the carrots so each piece is the same size.
She was dicing the vegetables when she cut her finger.
A: What are you doing to the carrots?
B: I'm dicing them.
B: So they taste better.
I've diced everything. It now just needs cooking.
She had diced everything but then spilt it on the floor.
A: Had you started dinner before the accident?
B: Kind of. I'd diced the red onion but nothing else.
A: Then what happened?
B: The knife slipped from my hand and stabbed by foot.