verb (used with object), slabbed, slab·bing.
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Origin of slab1
Definition for slab (2 of 2)
adjective Scot. and North England.
Origin of slab2
Example sentences from the Web for slab
First, I think we can establish that this slab of steel is not “trash.”
You can be fancy and measure and score the slab to slice out 24 perfect cookies or stretch that and go for 48 bite-size sweets.A one-bowl sheet-pan cookie so easy a child taught me how to make it|Ann Maloney|December 3, 2020|Washington Post
Cutting the slab into diamonds makes the pieces particularly eye-catching, but rectangles or squares are fine, too.These no-bake peppermint chocolate bars bring holiday cheer to your cookie plate|Edd Kimber|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
Avoid the angst by snagging a few chopping boards, like these Farberware antimicrobial and eco-friendly bamboo slabs.
Just place the terracotta slab into a warm oven for 10-20 minutes and slip it into the bottom of the basket, and you’ll get to enjoy hot bread for as long as it takes you to scarf it all down.
The King slabbed it on with the enjoyment of a child messing with treacle.The Napoleon of Notting Hill|Gilbert K. Chesterton
The two things in the parsonage garden which make it unique are there still—the avenue and the slabbed pathways.
The new grave now looks very neat, slabbed all over; and the old burial-ground is ready to build on whenever good times arrive.
Somehow they were not so sinister as those old heavily slabbed ones disturbed after years of peace.Fanny Goes to War|Pat Beauchamp
Around the slabbed tables the tangle of wined breaths and grumbling gorges.Ulysses|James Joyce