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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

slabslæb(n.; v.)slabbed, slab•bing.

  1. (n.)a broad, flat, somewhat thick piece of stone, wood, or other solid material.

  2. a thick slice of anything:

    a slab of bread.

  3. a rough outside piece cut from a log, as when sawing one into boards.

    Category: Building Trades

  4. (v.t.)to make into a slab or slabs.

    Category: Building Trades

  5. to cover or lay with slabs.

    Category: Building Trades

  6. to cut the slabs or outside pieces from (a log).

    Category: Building Trades

  7. to put on in slabs or layers; apply thickly.

Origin of slab:

1300–50; ME sclabbe, slabbe, of obscure orig.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. slab(noun)

    block consisting of a thick piece of something

Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

  1. slab(noun)æb

    a thick square piece

    stone slabs used for building; a slab of chocolate cake

Wiktionary

  1. slab(Noun)

    mud, sludge.

  2. slab(Noun)

    A large, flat shaped piece of material such as stone, concrete, clay, butter etc..

  3. slab(Noun)

    A paving stone, flagstone

  4. slab(Noun)

    the equivalent to a 12-bit byte in some computers

  5. slab(Noun)

    a box containing twenty-four 375ml aluminium cans of beer

  6. slab(Noun)

    full-size luxury pre-1980 GM vehicles, primarily Buick, Oldsmobile, and Cadillac

  7. slab(Verb)

    Slow, Loud And Bangin': A car that has been modified with equipment such as loudspeakers, lights, special paint, hydraulics, and any other accessories that add to the style of the vehicle.

    Slim thug - wood grain wheel - You ain't riding slab if them ain't swangas on ya ride.

  8. slab(Verb)

    To make something into a slab.

    Slim thug - wood grain wheel - You ain't riding slab if them ain't swangas on ya ride.

  9. Origin: From sclabbe, slabbe, of origin.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Slab(noun)

    a thin piece of anything, especially of marble or other stone, having plane surfaces

  2. Slab(noun)

    an outside piece taken from a log or timber in sawing it into boards, planks, etc

  3. Slab(noun)

    the wryneck

  4. Slab(noun)

    the slack part of a sail

  5. Slab(adj)

    thick; viscous

  6. Slab(noun)

    that which is slimy or viscous; moist earth; mud; also, a puddle

Freebase

  1. Slab

    Slab, a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in X-Factor #74.

The New Hacker's Dictionary

  1. slab

    1. n. A continuous horizontal line of pixels, all with the same color. 2. vi. To paint a slab on an output device. Apple's QuickDraw, like most other professional-level graphics systems, renders polygons and lines not with Bresenham's algorithm, but by calculating slab points for each scan line on the screen in succession, and then slabbing in the actual image pixels.


Translations for SLAB

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

slab(noun)

a thick slice or thick flat piece of anything

concrete slabs; a slab of cake.

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