In hockey, the slot is the area between the face-off circles in the offensive zone. This area has two distinct areas: the low slot in front of the goaltender, and the high slot, which is in the middle of the ice above the circles. Players can use either location to score goals. Depending on the situation, a slot may be more favored than the other two. A good shot from the slot will give the player the chance to score with a small margin of error.

In tagmemics, the slot has a specific grammatical function. It can fit any morpheme sequence and can refer to a particular job position or assignment. For example, a chief copy editor may occupy a slot for 20 years. A flight might also have a time slot.

The pay table is a list of the symbols and credits that players receive if they line up. A paytable is commonly displayed on the machine’s face. Older machines often have pay tables above and below the reels. Video machines, however, display pay tables on the help menu. It is important to read these tables before spinning a reel.

Another type of slot is the expansion slot, or PCI. These slots are often referred to as add-on boards, and allow the user to expand their computer’s capabilities. In a similar fashion, a computer may have a memory slot.