from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of dice.
- n. A game of dice.
- n. A fragment of diced food.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An ornamenting in squares or cubes.
- n. Gambling with dice.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Gaming with dice.
- n. A method of decorating leather in squares or diamonds by pressure.
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Knife skills, such as dicing, mincing, chopping and slicing and poultry cutting
Recently, when precision processing equipment such as dicing saws have been used overseas, the problem of contamination by viruses through USB memory devices has become increasingly serious and the risk of secondary contamination when using host communication and other functions is also on the rise.
On the Giants' final first-half drive, with a start on the 14 and just 2:58 on the clock, the unit finally looked like its members have sworn it could, dicing with runs and Manning hitting his receivers.
Besides the results of our own careful slicing and dicing we also witness the remains of animals captured and partially devoured by predators.
Roughly two hours after they begin, Ralph, Begoña, and thirteen others are still dicing carrots into tiny cubes.
Stybar drove the pursuit with Pauwels and Nys on his wheel, the series rivals dicing it a bit, fighting for advantage in the corners.
But expect even more slicing and dicing of Tuesday's results as returns continue to roll in.
Preparing your own meals requires some slicing, dicing, peeling and cooking, but when you consider this time as an investment in your health, those few extra minutes are worth it, she says.
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The chopping, mincing, and dicing could be tedious to most, but I enjoyed it—it kept me sharp.