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Minced vs. Shred

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Mincedadjective

Finely chopped.

Shrednoun

A long, narrow piece cut or torn off; a strip.

Mincedadjective

Minutely subdivided.

Shrednoun

In general, a fragment; a piece; a particle; a very small amount.

‘There isn't a shred of evidence to support his claims.’;

Mincedadjective

(figuratively) Weakened, extenuated.

Shredverb

To cut or tear into narrow and long pieces or strips.

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Mincedverb

simple past tense and past participle of mince

Shredverb

To lop; to prune; to trim.

Shredverb

(snowboarding) To ride aggressively.

Shredverb

(bodybuilding) To drop fat and water weight before a competition.

Shredverb

To play very fast (especially guitar solos in rock and metal genres).

Shrednoun

A long, narrow piece cut or torn off; a strip.

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Shrednoun

In general, a fragment; a piece; a particle.

Shredverb

To cut or tear into small pieces, particularly narrow and long pieces, as of cloth or leather.

Shredverb

To lop; to prune; to trim.

Shrednoun

a tiny or scarcely detectable amount

Shrednoun

a small piece of cloth or paper

Shredverb

tear into shreds

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Shrednoun

a strip of material, such as paper, cloth, or food, that has been torn, cut, or scraped from something larger

‘her dress was torn to shreds’;

Shrednoun

a very small amount

‘we have not a shred of evidence to go on’;

Shredverb

tear or cut into shreds.

Shredverb

reduce documents to unreadable strips by feeding them into a shredder

‘executives have shredded key documents’;

Shredverb

play a very fast, intricate style of rock lead guitar

‘we want to hear everything from country and western to blisteringly fast guitar shredding’;

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