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    maiabulela is offline Senior Member
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    Dear all,


    What is the meaning of the word "slice" in the following context:


    A: CAN'T DO REAL GAMBLING IN THE SALON.
    B: A LITTLE SLICE. NOTHING MAJOR--LIKE, 10%, 15.

    Thanks a lot

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    You can gamble, but not for very large sums of money.

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