Slice


Slice
Slice
[slais] der; -, -s [...sis, ...siz]
<aus gleichbed. engl. slice, eigtl. »Schnitte, Scheibe«>:
1. Schlag, bei dem der Ball in einer bestimmten Richtung (nämlich beim Rechtshänder nach rechts u. beim Linkshänder nach links) von der Geraden abweicht (Golf).
2. Schlag, bei dem sich Schlägerbahn u. Schlagfläche in einem Winkel von weniger als 45° schneiden u. der Schläger schnell nach unten gezogen wird (Tennis).
3. (meist Plur.) Element zum Aufbau eines Mikroprozessors mit mehreren Schaltkreisen (Elektronik).

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