Bread slicer is described as a motor-driven machine with a multiple set of reciprocating knives in a single frame through which bread is pushed, or vice versa; motor-driven or hand--operated machine with a single revolving knife to slice single slices while a bread loaf is moved along in a chute by a gear driven plate.

The thickness of slices may vary.

Ref: 122458/2006-09-26


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): breads

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