to cut something into equally sized pieces
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I sliced the kiwi fruit.
My dad sliced the pizza into eight slices.
A: I'm making a curry. Should I chop or slice the onion?
B: I would slice the onion. I think it tastes better.
A: Sounds good.
I sliced the bread so I could have some toast.
She sliced the apple into small slices so her baby could eat it.
A: Can I help you with dinner?
B: I sliced the onion but could you slice the garlic for me?
A: Of course.
I was slicing the cake when the dog jumped up and licked it.
He's slicing the baguette for lunch. We're having soup.
A: Your finger looks painful.
B: It is. I was slicing the carrots and not paying attention. I sliced my finger instead of the carrot.
A: Ouch! Was it a deep cut?
B: Not too deep but it still hurts
I've sliced the fruit for the fruit salad.
She'd sliced the vegetables, ready for the oven.
A: Have you sliced the pizza yet?
B: Not yet. Could you do it please?
A: Yeah, no problem.