To ornament with squares, diamonds, or cubes.

in many strange shapes are often encountered in role-playing games. In addition to the standard dice various combination can be used if they are needed. d3: use a d6 counting 1-2 as 1, 3-4 as 2, and 5-6 as 3, or count 1-3 as the number shown and 4-6 as that number minus 3. d30: use a d3 and a d10, either subtracting 1 from the d3 roll to get the 10's place, or count a 3 result as a 0. Another useful technique is roll dice of a higher value than you need, and simply reroll if the value is over what is needed.

To cut into very small pieces, approximately 1/8 to 1/16-inch.

to cut food in to tiny cubes, 1/8 - Â¼ inch ... more on dice here

Dicing is cutting something into 1-inch cubes. It is similar to chopping only neater. Use a knife to do this.

Cutting food product into small squares or cubes. A large dice is the size of the tip of your thumb while a small dice is about the size of half the tip of your pinky.

Cubes with dots numbered from 1 to 6, one of the components needed to play the game. Each player takes turns tossing a pair of dice to determine the amount of spaces per move. The dots on the dice are also referred to as pips.

Cut food into squares smaller than 1/2 inch, using a knife.

Similar to chop, but ingredients are cut into smaller, square pieces.

Small squares of food, technically smaller than a cube.

Cut into very small squares, 5 mm (1/4 inch).

to cut food into small cube like pieces.

To cut into small square pieces.

to cut into small pieces 1/4" x 1/4"

small cubes with 1 to 6 spots on the faces; used to generate random numbers

cut into cubes; "cube the cheese"

a small cube that has small marks cast on it

A pair of cubes, each with six sides and each numbered from 1 to 6, whose combinations, when rolled, determine payoffs and losses in the game of craps.

two or more equally numbered cubes

To cut into small cubes (smaller than 1/2 inch).

To "dice" means to cut food into cubes (the shape of dice in a game), which are more or less even. The dimension of the dice varies, with recipes calling for ingredients to be cut anywhere from 1/8-inch dice, to a 1/2-inch dice. If the recipe doesn't specific the dimension of the dice, then go for a 1/4-inch.

To cut food into cubes smaller than 1cm.

To cut food into small, even-sized,cube-shaped pieces.

Cut into cubes of a half inch or less.

Cubes with dots numbered from 1 to 6. Each player takes turns rolling a pair of dice to determine the amount of spaces per move. The dots on the dice are also referred to as pips. A single roll of the dice has the potential to win or lose a game.

To cut food into cubes about 1/8- to 3/4-inch in size.

The six sided cubes used in craps. Each side is numbered 1 to 6.

To cut into very small, even cubes.

To chop food into very small even pieces.

The action of cutting foods into uniform pieces, about 1/4" or smaller on all sides.

To cut a solid into cubes of 1/8 to 1/4 inch.

To cut into small cubes. Size may be specified in recipe, such as " 1/4-inch dice" or " 1/2-inch dice."

Cubes with dots from 1 to 6. pair of dice is used in backgammon game.

cubes with numbers on them, usually 2 or more are used for a certain game.

Singular: Die Any number of rolling cubes, two in Backgammon, numbered with pips on each of six sides.

To cut food into tiny, 1/4" or smaller pieces or cubes.

To cut into small cubes no larger than 1/2 inch.

A pair of six-sided cubes, numbered from 1-6, whose combination, when they come to a stop after being rolled, determine the outcome of the game.

To cut food into tiny cubes (about 1/8- to 1/4-inch).

To cut into equal sized cubes. Depending on the application, the cubes can be as small as 1/4 inch or as large as 3/4 inch. Usually performed by cutting into the object parallel to the board, then cutting length wise along the object, and finished by cutting across the previous cuts to form cubes. This technique keeps the object together as long as possible to minimize cuts.

Tabletop RPG terms Dice used by Players and Game Masters to decide the outcome of Tabletop game events. The type of die rolled depends on the circumstances and the rules system. Tabletop role players usually refer to a die as d and then the number of its sides (eg: d4 is a 4 sided die, d6 is six sided, etc). Percentage dice (d% or d100) are rolled using two d10s with one used for units and the second used for tens.

Two cubes with marked faces used for backgammon. Spots on faces of dice indicate the move of your checkers on the board.

Dice are cubes with numbers on each side that are used in games. A single one is called a die.

To cut into small cubes. Diced food is smaller than cubed food and often refers to vegetables rather than meats.

cut into cubes smaller than 1/2 inch. Use of measuring tape is acceptable for beginners

Cut into small cubes less than 1/2 inch.

To cut up in uniform pieces. Usually in 1/8 to 1/4 inch squares.

Two identical numbered cubes.

The cubes, which are marked from 1 to 6, whose combinations when, thrown, determine the wins and losses at a craps table

To cut food into 1/8 - 1/4 inch (3 - 6 mm) cubes.

Cut vegetables or meat into small cubes. Finely diced means to cut into about 1/8 - 1/4 inch cubes.

A pair of cubes, each with six sides numbered with from 1 to 6 dots, whose combinations, when thrown, determine the wins and losses.

A six sided cube with a number 1-6 on each face. The opposite faces on each dice equal 7. The total of two dice thrown, determine the payoffs and losses of a Craps game.

To cut into equal sized cubes. The smallest vegetable dice is known as brunoise 2mm (1/12inch) the largest macédoine 1/2 cm (1/4 inch).

To cut food into small cubes.