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  1. cut

    • IPA[kət]

    美式

    • v.
      make an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or object;make an incision in one's own flesh, as a symptom of emotional distress
    • n.
      a stroke or blow given by a sharp-edged implement or by a whip or cane;a haircut
    • verb: cut, 3rd person present: cuts, gerund or present participle: cutting, past tense: cut, past participle: cut

    • noun: cut, plural noun: cuts

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    • 1. a stroke or blow given by a sharp-edged implement or by a whip or cane he could skin an animal with a single cut of the knife 同義詞 blow, slash, stroke, informalswipe
    • a haircut his hair was in need of a cut 同義詞 haircut, trim, clip, crop
    • a reduction in amount or size she took a 20% pay cut a cut in interest rates 同義詞 reduction, cutback, decrease, retrenchment, lessening, ... 更多反義詞 increase
    • (in sports) a removal of a player from a team's roster.
    • an act of removing part of a play, movie, or book, especially to shorten the work or to delete offensive material they would not publish the book unless the author was willing to make cuts
    • an immediate transition from one scene to another in a movie instead of hard cuts, we used dissolves to give it a very dreamy character
    • the halfway point of a golf tournament, where half of the players are eliminated.
    • a stroke made with a sharp horizontal or downward action of the racket, imparting spin.
    • 2. a long, narrow incision in the skin made by something sharp blood ran from a cut on his jaw 同義詞 gash, slash, laceration, incision, slit, ... 更多
    • a long, narrow opening or incision made in a surface or piece of material make a single cut along the top of each potato
    • a piece of meat cut from a carcass a good lean cut of beef 同義詞 piece, section, bit, joint
    • informal a share of the profits from something the directors are demanding their cut 同義詞 share, portion, bit, quota, percentage, ... 更多
    • a recording of a piece of music a cut from his forthcoming album
    • a version of a movie after editing the director's cut
    • a passage cut or dug out, as a railroad cutting or a new channel made for a river or other waterway the cut connected with the Harborough arm of the canal
    • a woodcut.
    • 3. a wounding remark or act his unkindest cut at Elizabeth was to call her heartless 同義詞 insult, slight, affront, slap in the face, jibe, ... 更多
    • 4. the way or style in which something, especially a garment, is cut the elegant cut of his dinner jacket 同義詞 style, design, tailoring, lines, fit
    • n.
      the action of cutting something: the cutting of the cake tax-cutting
    • adj.
      capable of cutting something: the cutting blades of the hedge trimmer

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the action of cutting something: the cutting of the cake tax-cutting
    • adj.
      capable of cutting something: the cutting blades of the hedge trimmer

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      slices of cold cooked meats.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      slices of cold cooked or processed meats.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      remove something using a sharp implement

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      remove something using a sharp implement

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a point or level which is a designated limit of something: 2,500 g is the standard cut-off below which infants are categorized as ‘low birthweight’ the cut-off date to register is July 2

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      remove or make something by separating it from something larger with a sharp implement

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • v.
      make an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or object: he cut his toe on a sharp stone when fruit is cut open, it turns brown
    • n.
      a stroke or blow given by a sharp-edged implement or by a whip or cane: he could skin an animal with a single cut of the knife

    Oxford Dictionary