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cut verb

cut   /kʌt/
  • to divide with a sharp instrument
  • to divide a pack of playing cards
  • to cease recording
cortar
  • to perform an incision
cortar, incisar
  • to intersect dividing into half
atravessar
  • to reduce
diminuir, reduzir
  • colloquial, not to attend a class
faltar, gazetear, matar
  • to enter a queue in a wrong place
furar
  • computing: to remove and place in memory
recortar
  • to separate from prior association
remover, retirar
  • to form or shape by cutting
talhar

cut adjective

  /kʌt/
  • colloquial: circumcised (see also circumcised)
circuncidado
  • having been cut
cortado
  • of a gem, carved into a shape
lapidado
  • reduced
reduzido

cutting noun

  /ˈkʌtɪŋ/
  • leaf, stem, branch, or root removed from a plant
estaca
  • action of the verb to cut
  • editing of film or other recordings
  • section removed from a larger whole
corte
  • newspaper clipping
recorte

cutting adjective

  /ˈkʌtɪŋ/
cortante

cut noun

  /kʌt/
  • act of cutting
  • manner or style a garment is fashioned in
  • opening resulting from cutting
  • result of cutting
  • act of dividing a deck of playing cards
  • partition of a graph’s vertices into two subgroups
  • slab of meat
corte
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