Associations to the word «Dice»
DICE, noun. (uncountable) Gaming with one or more dice.
DICE, noun. (countable) (proscribed by some; standard in British English) A die.
DICE, noun. (uncountable) (formerly countable) (cooking) That which has been diced.
DICE, verb. (intransitive) To play dice.
DICE, verb. (transitive) To cut into small cubes.
DICE, verb. (transitive) To ornament with squares, diamonds, or cubes.
DICE, noun. Plural of die
DICE COAL, noun. (dated) A kind of coal that easily splits into cubical fragments.
DICE GAME, noun. (gaming) A game that requires the rolling of dice, such as craps.
DICE GAMES, noun. Plural of dice game
DICE RUN, noun. (motorcycling) Similar to a poker run, an organized event where motorcyclists pay an entry fee and then follow a prescribed course with checkpoints, at each of which dice are rolled and the result recorded. At the last checkpoint a winner is determined and prizes awarded, typically at a party. Proceeds usually go to benefit a charity.
DICE RUNS, noun. Plural of dice run
DICE SNAKE, noun. Natrix tessellata, a European non-venomous snake belonging to the family of Colubridae, subfamily Natricinae
DICE SNAKES, noun. Plural of dice snake
DICE WITH DEATH, verb. To do or perform an activity which is very risky, or dangerous, and could even cause one's death.
DICE, noun. A small cube with 1 to 6 spots on the six faces; used in gambling to generate random numbers.
DICE, verb. Cut into cubes; "cube the cheese".
DICE, verb. Play dice.
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