# \slash allows for hyphenation of only the word on its left; how to fix it for the right-hand word

I often use \slash to allow for linebreak after the slash. However I found that \slash doesn't allow for hyphenation of the word to its right, while it does for the word on its left. How do I use \slash in a way (this can be a different macro, if necessary) that hyphenation points on both sides are preserved?

\documentclass{memoir}

\begin{document}

\end{document}


In this example, the last line hyphenates after "ad-", the line before linebreaks after the slash, and none of the previous lines hyphenate "subtraction".

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\def\Slash{\slash\hspace{0pt}}