cut

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  • They appeared as if they were about to attack him or cut him into pieces.
  • Behind the scenes, he was completely cut off from the decision making process.
  • He had never played football, and was cut after two games.
  • When we started out we were just cutting tracks for a new record.
  • More than a hundred lakes were thus cut off from the main river.
  • The same is true when a player takes every top card save for one on the cut.
  • She also kept her hair cut short through her military campaigns and while in prison.
  • They do not cut their hair during this period.
  • The cutting to the east of the station has been covered over by a car park.
  • Before it was released, however, the songs were cut out.
  • However, development began on only a few projects before funding for the program was cut.
  • During the centuries many woods have been cut down and replaced with bush.
  • Every tree therefore that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.
  • Some have heads that grow back if every single head isn't cut off.
  • Police found the sign, cut into three parts, in northern Poland two days later.
  • Third is the final cut, which actually gets released or broadcast.
  • Because it is the first pass, the editor's cut might be longer than the final film.
  • It's important for me to have a final cut, and I do for every film.
  • The campaign was cut short by his first expedition to Italy.
  • Some lines were cut in half; many stations were shut down.
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Meaning of cut

  • noun A share of the profits
    everyone got a cut of the earnings
  • noun (film) an immediate transition from one shot to the next
    the cut from the accident scene to the hospital seemed too abrupt
  • noun A trench resembling a furrow that was made by erosion or excavation
  • noun A step on some scale
    he is a cut above the rest
  • noun A wound made by cutting
    he put a bandage over the cut
  • noun A piece of meat that has been cut from an animal carcass
  • noun A distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc
    he played the first cut on the cd, the title track of the album
  • noun The style in which a garment is cut
    a dress of traditional cut
  • noun A canal made by erosion or excavation
  • noun (sports) a stroke that puts reverse spin on the ball
    cuts do not bother a good tennis player
  • noun The division of a deck of cards before dealing
    he insisted that we give him the last cut before every deal, the cutting of the cards soon became a ritual
  • noun The act of penetrating or opening open with a sharp edge
    his cut in the lining revealed the hidden jewels
  • noun The act of cutting something into parts
    his cuts were skillful, his cutting of the cake made a terrible mess
  • noun The act of shortening something by chopping off the ends
    the barber gave him a good cut
  • noun The act of reducing the amount or number
    the mayor proposed extensive cuts in the city budget
  • noun An unexcused absence from class
    he was punished for taking too many cuts in his math class
  • verb Separate with or as if with an instrument
    Cut the rope
  • verb Make an incision or separation
    cut along the dotted line
  • verb Discharge from a group
    The coach cut two players from the team
  • verb Form by probing, penetrating, or digging
    cut a hole, cut trenches, The sweat cut little rivulets into her face
  • verb Style and tailor in a certain fashion
    cut a dress
  • verb Hit (a ball) with a spin so that it turns in the opposite direction
    cut a Ping-Pong ball
  • verb Intentionally fail to attend
    cut class
  • verb Give the appearance or impression of
    cut a nice figure
  • verb Move (one's fist)
    his opponent cut upward toward his chin
  • verb Pass directly and often in haste
    We cut through the neighbor's yard to get home sooner
  • verb Pass through or across
    The boat cut the water
  • verb Make an abrupt change of image or sound
    cut from one scene to another
  • verb Stop filming
    cut a movie scene
  • verb Make a recording of
    cut the songs, She cut all of her major titles again
  • verb Record a performance on (a medium)
    cut a record
  • verb Create by duplicating data
    cut a disk, burn a CD
  • verb Form or shape by cutting or incising
    cut paper dolls
  • verb Perform or carry out
    cut a caper
  • verb Function as a cutting instrument
    This knife cuts well
  • verb Allow incision or separation
    This bread cuts easily
  • verb Divide a deck of cards at random into two parts to make selection difficult
    Wayne cut, She cut the deck for a long time
  • verb Reap or harvest
    cut grain
  • verb Fell by sawing; hew
    The Vietnamese cut a lot of timber while they occupied Cambodia
  • verb Penetrate injuriously
    The glass from the shattered windshield cut into her forehead
  • verb Shorten as if by severing the edges or ends of
    cut my hair
  • verb Weed out unwanted or unnecessary things
    We had to lose weight, so we cut the sugar from our diet
  • verb Dissolve by breaking down the fat of
    soap cuts grease
  • verb Have a reducing effect
    This cuts into my earnings
  • verb Cease, stop
    cut the noise, We had to cut short the conversation
  • verb Have grow through the gums
    The baby cut a tooth
  • verb Grow through the gums
    The new tooth is cutting
  • adjective Separated into parts or laid open or penetrated with a sharp edge or instrument
    the cut surface was mottled, cut tobacco, blood from his cut forehead, bandages on her cut wrists
  • adjective Fashioned or shaped by cutting
    a well-cut suit, cut diamonds, cut velvet
  • adjective (of pages of a book) having the folds of the leaves trimmed or slit
    the cut pages of the book