Definition of dicer in US English:

dicer

noun

  • See dice

    • ‘Because you - the readers, the slicers, dicers and copiers - hold in your collective action the secret of the future of publishing.’
    • ‘I must have been that close to buying the miracle vegetable chopper, slicer and dicer that does a whole onion in less than five seconds.’
    • ‘It's a Chef's Pal, it's a dicer, grater, peeler all in one, never needs sharpening and it's dishwasher safe.’
    • ‘Bacteria are exemplary genetic engineers: splicers and dicers and mergers of genomes par excellence.’
    • ‘‘All around,’ Kermode comments, ‘were cardsharps and dicers, con men and money-lenders, roaring boys and roaring girls.’’

Pronunciation

dicer

/ˈdaɪsər//ˈdīsər/