slice and dice

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Verb[edit]

slice and dice (third-person singular simple present slices and dices, present participle slicing and dicing, simple past and past participle sliced and diced)

  1. To cut and chop something to pieces.
  2. To rearrange or analyze in a number of different ways, often arbitrarily.