preslice

verb
pre·​slice | \ˌprē-ˈslīs \
variants: or pre-slice
presliced or pre-sliced; preslicing or pre-slicing

Definition of preslice 

transitive verb

: to slice (something) in advance preslice the bagels before freezing them

Other Words from preslice

presliced or pre-sliced adjective
presliced bread/cheese In 1930, pre-sliced loaves became available, changing the world of sandwiches forever. — Katie O'Kennedy

First Known Use of preslice

1919, in the meaning defined above

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