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Answer for the clue "Narrow opening", 4 letters:
slot

Alternative clues for the word slot

Schedule position

Vending machine part

Jukebox part

Type of machine

Tab's target

Mail opening

Coin hole

Kind of car

Opening

Opening for a coin

Coin opening

Space on a schedule

Token taker

Part of a jukebox

Lemon producer?

Nickelodeon feature

Gumball machine feature

Job opening

Position to fill

Place on the schedule

Word with car or machine

Opening for a mail carrier

See 28-Down

8:00-8:30, e.g., on a schedule

*Opening ... machine ... schedule

Place for mail

Piggy-bank aperture

Part of a piggy bank

Opening for a tab

Place on a schedule

Opening for Vegas

В  В  Turnstile feature

Schedule

Schedule space

One-armed bandit

Part of a schedule

___ machine

Section of a hockey rink in front of the goal

See 22-Down

Where a tab is inserted

Nickelodeon opening

Where a tab goes

8:00-9:00, say

Gambler's opening?

Area close to a hockey net

Hockey area in front of the crease

Casino machine

A.T.M. feature

Parking meter opening

8:00-9:00 on a schedule, e.g.

Vending machine feature

Booking time

Where to drop a coin

Screw feature

It may be quarter-sized

Opening in a schedule

Casino opening

Token opening

Feature of a one-armed bandit

One of two areas on a football line

8:00-9:00 on TV, e.g.

A position in a hierarchy or organization

(computers) a socket in a microcomputer that will accept a plug-in circuit board

The trail of an animal (especially a deer)

A small slit (as for inserting a coin or depositing mail)

A position in a grammatical linguistic construction in which a variety of alternative units are interchangeable

A time assigned on a schedule or agenda

Keyway in a machine

Coin drop

Deer's track

Animal track

Reno's ___ machines

Keyhole

Kind of back, in football

Change drop

Casino cash-collector

Place to place tokens

Vegas opening

Machine preceder

Coin swallower

A certain bandit's mouth

Notch

Letter drop

Coin receptacle

Las Vegas opening

Berth

Vegas unit

Money hole

Place for change

Animal trail

Groove

Aperture

Coin eater

Football position

Vegas machine

Niche

Cervine trail

Kind of machine

Vegas depository

Las Vegas machine

One-armed bandit's gullet

Kind of car or machine

Put on the schedule

Where the coin goes

Sequence position

Word with coin or time

Schedule opening

Opening for coins

Coin depository

Place for a coin

This is groovy

Position of a copy editor

Deer's trail

Coin catcher

Place for a quarter

Part of a vending machine

Pigeonhole

Track of a deer

Mercenary machine, for short

Type of machine or back

Opening of a sort

Track of an animal

Coin receiver

Post-office opening

Cotterway

Keyhole or keyway

Deer track

Pay-phone part

Place for a token

Pay-phone feature

Narrow aperture

Proper place

Position

Word definitions for slot in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a slot machine (= for putting coins in in order to try and win more money ) ▪ The casino has 500 slot machines. expansion slot mail slot slot machine slotted spoon COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ NOUN time ▪ The really...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Slot \Slot\, n. [LG. & D. slot a lock, from a verb meaning to close., to shut, D. sluiten; akin to G. schliessen, OHG. sliozan, OFries. sl?ta, and probably to L. claudere. Cf. Close , Sluice .] A broad, flat, wooden bar; a slat or sloat. A bolt or bar for...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 A broad, flat, wooden bar, a slat, especially as used to secure a door, window, etc. 2 A metal bolt or wooden bar, especially as a crosspiece. 3 (context electrical English) A channel opening in the stator or rotor of a rotating machine...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., "hollow at the base of the throat above the breastbone," from Old French esclot "hoofprint of a deer or horse," of uncertain origin, probably from Old Norse sloð "trail" (see sleuth ). Original sense is rare or obsolete in Modern English; sense...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a position in a grammatical linguistic construction in which a variety of alternative units are interchangeable; "he developed a version of slot grammar" a small slit (as for inserting a coin or depositing mail); "he put a quarter in the slot" a time...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
In hockey , the slot is the area on the hockey rink directly ahead of the goaltender between the faceoff circles on each side. It is sometimes referred to as the "scoring area". The "deep" or "high" slot refers to the area from the top of the circles, farthest...

Usage examples of slot.

I started to laugh, but the bartender shouted to another young man shoveling quarters into a nearby slot.

They moved up and down the stands almost like peanut vendors in the States, calling out the constantly changing odds, throwing some kind of ball to prospective bettors, who put their money in a slot in the ball and took out the chit with the current line.

Remove the shrimp paste with a slotted spoon to a mortar, blender, or food processor.

She called the traffic tower to ask for another landing slot, preferably nearer the brawn barracks.

Dorrin puts his half-empty cup in one of the slots in the center of the table and stands, glancing from Kadara to Brede and back.

Duggan had little doubt that Brose was saying similar things to Stell too, who was also a candidate for the slot.

The burin reflects concurrent development from flaking to grinding through time and is considered essential for the manufacture of antler, ivory, and bone projectile points and inset slots.

As the elevator doors closed, Marit inserted a coded card into a slot on the wall.

Network and slotted a second bootlegged microfiche into the slant-topped console.

The phagors shambled back and forth, sticking their milts up their slotted nostrils, and occasionally exchanging a grunted word with each other.

She wanted to be mistaken, to have misplaced, miscounted the essentially interchangeable stock, but knew at once that no amount of wishful thinking, checking, rechecking the shelves, could erase the stubborn fact of loss gaping up at her from the mockingly vacant slots of the gem trays.

She had no doubt they had questioned, examined and tested him thoroughly, then assigned Morraine to some neat little slot that made the men in white jackets feel more secure and organized in their world.

Moreover, it was obvious even before Ulwy Munt made a trial that they fitted tightly into slots and grooves on the inside of the curved piece that Galvadon had secured today.

The individuals represented by those neatly slotted cards do donate their total income to the Parapsychic Center.

I selected one of the large denomination plastified notes and fed it into the slot.