[ slash-saw ]
/ ˈslæʃˌsɔ /
verb (used with object), slash-sawed, slash-sawed or slash-sawn, slash-saw·ing.
How To Use The SlashThe slash (/)—sometimes called a slant, a solidus, a stroke, or a virgule—is a commonly employed symbol in the English language. Whatever you want to call this piece of punctuation, its role in English has greatly changed over time. The word slash first entered English in the late 14th century as a verb to describe the cutting movement of a weapon, a word derived from …
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