plural noun, singular die.
verb (used with object), diced,dic·ing.
verb (used without object), diced,dic·ing.
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Idioms for dice
Origin of dice
OTHER WORDS FROM dicedicer, noun
Example sentences from the Web for dice
If there’s a special way that they want to think about how we slice and dice our business priorities, we will use that.How a well-oiled marketing operations machine drives business forward|Sponsored Content: Workfront|November 12, 2020|Search Engine Land
Reduce the heat to medium, then add the diced onion and the cabbage to the pot.This one-pot riff on stuffed cabbage has all the flavors of the classic — in half the time|Ellie Krieger|November 5, 2020|Washington Post
The board doubles as a storage case with locking closure that’s perfect for holding the six sets of wooden armies, 44 Risk cards, and five dice.
Duties include peeling, dicing, portioning, sorting, bagging and labeling.
If two dice have the exact same colors, they represent tiles that are in the exact same position in space.
But jest before they left the house, I happened to look inside of the old boy's hat—he had a stiff dicer.The Daughter of Anderson Crow|George Barr McCutcheon
He leaned forward, white and eager, waiting for the truth like a dicer for the final throw.Dragon's blood|Henry Milner Rideout
At this moment a loud peal of laughter greeted the second dicer.Jack Harkaway and His Son's Escape From the Brigand's of Greece|Bracebridge Hemyng
With the sandbox tilted in the air, like a dicer about to make his throw, he looked at the lad.The Tavern Knight|Rafael Sabatini
I'd be lost in a place like that—me in a sack suit and round-top dicer!Shorty McCabe|Sewell Ford
British Dictionary definitions for dice
Derived forms of dicedicer, noun
Word Origin for dice
Idioms and Phrases with dice
see load the dice; no deal (dice).