What does the expression "Slash the life" mean? I'm Brazilian and I'm trying to understand what is the meaning of this expression, since I've found it in a music piece that seems to have a positive meaning. But "slash" in Portuguese is a verb that can be used mainly for physical things (e.g.: slash an apple, slash a piece of cake etc.) or for abstract things in negative meanings (e.g.: slash the dream, slash the happiness etc.).

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    What song did you find it in? Can you provide the context in which it's used? – Hellion Apr 11 '15 at 1:29
  • Link to English lyrics? – Marius Hancu Apr 11 '15 at 2:33

I assume you are referring to this song from Digimon. Japanese anime songs are known for being peppered with English phrases which are often artificial, i.e. phrases we don't use. This is one of those cases.

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