What Is a Slot?

A slot is a narrow opening or depression used to receive or place things. It is also an adjective meaning “opening” or “position.” In airplane design, a slot is an opening at the leading edge of an aircraft wing for better airflow.

The American Heritage Dictionary defines Slot as an open area in which objects can be placed or received, including a narrow opening or depression on a surface. The term also refers to a slot in a coin or letter, such as a depression, groove, notch, slit, or aperture.

An example of a slot in a physical context is an interior opening on a copy desk, where information can be entered. It is also a grammatical position for specifying a single attribute of someone or something, as in “short sleeve.”

There are many different kinds of slots, and knowing what they are helps you use them correctly. In the following, we’ll take a look at some of the most common kinds of slots and their uses in the world around us.

Adding synonyms to your slots is an easy and flexible way to add extra wording to your slots. To do this, identify the slot type you want to add a synonym for and enter the word or phrase in the field next to its value.

A slot type is a data type that contains a set of values and shares the same structure, syntax, keywords, choosers and properties as the content types it represents. It can be used to model data on your website or app.