from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Having slots.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of slot.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having a slot.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • SADLER: No, it doesn't, because even before there's a presidential -- a name slotted for that empty chair, there's still division over who will be the prime minister.

    CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2007

  • Can you call a slotted screwdriver a multi-tool if somebody throws a lanyard on it?

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  • Tiger poaching investigation documents seen by IANS show Kerkar's name slotted as an abettor to the tiger-killing along with the accused persons - Suryakant Majik and Gopal Majik, residents of Majikwaddo in Sattari.

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  • With conversions, 2D films -- whether newly produced movies or classic titles slotted for release, such as the first two "Toy Story" pics -- are run through a process that turns 2D images into 3D.

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  • Gonzalo Higuain netted the third in the 73rd minute before Brazil's Kaka slotted home a 76th minute penalty with Raul adding the fifth with just a minute left.

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  • They are 'slotted' or 'wasted' or 'blown away' or 'stopped' or 'dropped' - there are scores more euphemisms for the act of killing someone.


  • All characters, therefore, are "slotted" into one of 200 conceptual straight jackets.

    Tom Doctoroff: Chinese Culture and the Chinese Language

  • A worker from the Agency for International Development expressed her frustration at being so narrowly "slotted" in a particular GS series that she wasn't allowed to apply for a job in a slightly different GS series -- even though she was qualified for the job.

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  • I do know that I would gladly (then) have shucked off the INIBA and patrolled without it. so what happens if the mule gets "slotted"? what about all the kit they were carrying? plus mules are a lot heavier then the mk1 squaddie, what would the risk be of setting off Anti vechicle IED's?

    Army Rumour Service

  • In service by 2050. "mules evil buggers but much more use than a * robot so what happens if the mule gets" slotted "? what about all the kit they were carrying?

    Army Rumour Service


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