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cut  Verb
Plural: cuts
  1. Translate "cut" to Spanish: herir, acuchillar
    English Synonyms of "cut": hurt, injure, wound, bruise, cut up, damage, bung up, lacerate, wound up
    Define meaning of "cut": Penetrate injuriously.
  2. The glass from the shattered windshield cut into her forehead.

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  3. Translate "cut" to Spanish: cortar, hacer un corte en, escindir
    English Synonyms of "cut": cut into, slash, slit, cut away, gash, shear, ax, axe, incise
    Define meaning of "cut": Shorten as if by severing the edges or ends of. ; Separate with or as if with an instrument. ; Make an incision or separation.
  4. She cuts the rosebush branches, Ella corta las ramas del rosal.
    Cut my hair.
    Cut the rope.
    Cut along the dotted line.

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  5. Translate "cut" to Spanish: reducir, cortar, recortar
    English Synonyms of "cut": decrease, diminish, lower, reduce, bring down, curtail, cut back, cut down on, ease off
    Define meaning of "cut": Reduce in scope while retaining essential elements. ; Cut down on; make a reduction in. ; Have a reducing effect. ; Weed out unwanted or unnecessary things.
  6. The manuscript must be shortened.
    Reduce your daily fat intake.
    The employer wants to cut back health benefits.
    This cuts into my earnings.
    We had to lose weight, so we cut the sugar from our diet.

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  7. Translate "cut" to Spanish: interceptar, cortar
    English Synonyms of "cut": cut short, block, cut across, intercept, intersect, cut off
    Define meaning of "cut": Cut off and stop.

  8. Translate "cut" to Spanish: segar, aserrar, cortar, partir, serruchar, trozar, cortar, rodajar, serrar, tajar, tranzar, bisectar, trasquilar
    English Synonyms of "cut": sever, slash, slit, cut down, saw, sunder, whipsaw
    Define meaning of "cut": Fell by sawing; hew. ; Reap or harvest.; Separate with or as if with an instrument. ; Make an incision or separation.
  9. John cut the corn, Juan segó el maíz.
    The Vietnamese cut a lot of timber while they occupied Cambodia.
    Cut grain.
    Cut the rope.
    Cut along the dotted line.

  10. Translate "cut" to Spanish: talar, podar, chapear, cortar, tallar, retajar
    English Synonyms of "cut": chop down, cut down, deforest, lumber, fell, hew down
    Define meaning of "cut": Fell by sawing; hew. ; Form or shape by cutting or incising.
  11. The delinquents cut the trees, Los malhechores talaron los árboles.
    The Vietnamese cut a lot of timber while they occupied Cambodia.
    Cut paper dolls.

  12. Translate "cut" to Spanish: hacer un corte, hacer una incisión
    English Synonyms of "cut": make a cut, make an incision, incise
    Define meaning of "cut": Make an incision or separation. ; Function as a cutting instrument.
  13. Cut along the dotted line.
    This knife cuts well.

  14. Translate "cut" to Spanish: dejar de
    English Synonyms of "cut": finish, stop, be over, be through, cease, cease to, cut out, give over
    Define meaning of "cut": Cease, stop.
  15. Cut the noise.
    We had to cut short the conversation.

  16. Translate "cut" to Spanish: hacer un viraje abrupto
    English Synonyms of "cut": change direction abruptly, swerve, turn sharply
    Define meaning of "cut": Make an abrupt change of image or sound.; Turn sharply; change direction abruptly.
  17. Cut from one scene to another.
    The car cut to the left at the intersection.
    The motorbike veered to the right.

  18. Translate "cut" to Spanish: esculpir
    English Synonyms of "cut": carve, engrave, sculpture, grave, sculpt
    Define meaning of "cut": Form and create by cutting out. ; Form or shape by cutting or incising.
  19. Picasso cut out a piece of paper in the shape of a guitar.
    Cut paper dolls.

  20. Translate "cut" to Spanish: seccionar
    English Synonyms of "cut": divide, divide into sections, section, segment, sectionalize
    Define meaning of "cut": Separate with or as if with an instrument.
  21. Cut the rope.

  22. Translate "cut" to Spanish: preparar
    English Synonyms of "cut": adapt, draw up, fit up, fix, fix up, make ready, prepare, get ready
    Define meaning of "cut": Make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose.


  23. Translate "cut" to Spanish: diluir
    English Synonyms of "cut": dissolve, dilute, thin down, water down, weaken
    Define meaning of "cut": Become or cause to become soft or liquid. ; Cause to go into a solution.

  24. Translate "cut" to Spanish: desistir
    English Synonyms of "cut": back off, cease, desist, cut it, cut it out, knock it, give up
    Define meaning of "cut": Remove oneself from an obligation.

  25. Translate "cut" to Spanish: adulterar narcóticos
    English Synonyms of "cut": adulterate narcotics
    Define meaning of "cut": Lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture.
  26. Cut bourbon.


  27. Translate "cut" to Spanish: eliminar de un documento
    English Synonyms of "cut": eliminate from a document

cut  Noun
  1. Translate "cut" to Spanish: interrupción, corte
    English Synonyms of "cut": halt, interruption, pause, intermittence, time-out, chasm, disruption, holdup, stoppage
    Define meaning of "cut": An interruption or temporary suspension of progress or movement.; The event of something ending. ; The state of inactivity following an interruption.

  2. Translate "cut" to Spanish: corte de carne, tajo, corte
    English Synonyms of "cut": chunk, cut of beef, cut of meat, hunk, hough, wodge
    Define meaning of "cut": A piece of meat that has been cut from an animal carcass.


  3. Translate "cut" to Spanish: reducción, rebaja, corte
    English Synonyms of "cut": cutback, deescalation, slash, slashing, curtailment, de-escalation
    Define meaning of "cut": The act of reducing the amount or number.
  4. The mayor proposed extensive cuts in the city budget.

  5. Translate "cut" to Spanish: restricción
    English Synonyms of "cut": cut in consumption or expenditure, squeeze

  6. Translate "cut" to Spanish: corte
    English Synonyms of "cut": slit, slice


  7. Translate "cut" to Spanish: corte, cortada, cortadura, herida superficial, incisión, saja, sajadura, tajadura, cisión
    English Synonyms of "cut": incision, scission, slit, excision, slash, slashing, cutting
    Define meaning of "cut": A wound made by cutting.
  8. He put a bandage over the cut.

  9. Translate "cut" to Spanish: porción
    English Synonyms of "cut": portion, fragment, part, percent, percentage, quid, cantle, dollop, cud
    Define meaning of "cut": The result of parcelling out or sharing.; An individual quantity of food or drink taken as part of a meal.; Assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group. ; Something determined in relation to something that includes it.

cut  Adjective
  1. Translate "cut" to Spanish: cortado, hendido, partido
    English Synonyms of "cut": split, cleft, cloven, severed, riven
    Define meaning of "cut": With parts removed. ; Separated into parts or laid open or penetrated with a sharp edge or instrument.; Having the folds of the leaves trimmed or slit. ; Having a long rip or tear.
  2. The drastically cut film.
    The cut surface was mottled.
    Cut tobacco.
    Blood from his cut forehead.
    Bandages on her cut wrists.
    The cut pages of the book.
    A split lip.


  3. Translate "cut" to Spanish: cortado
    English Synonyms of "cut": wounded
    Define meaning of "cut": Wounded by cutting deeply.
  4. Got a gashed arm in a knife fight.
    Had a slashed cheek from the broken glass.

  5. Translate "cut" to Spanish: acortado, trunco
    English Synonyms of "cut": truncated, abridged, cutdown, reduced in size, shortened
    Define meaning of "cut": Terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off. ; Cut short in duration.

Verb Conjugation for "cut"
Gerund: cutting

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Conceptually-related expressions of "cut"
a cut above
across-the-board tariff cut
air cut off flap
allowable cut
angle of cut
bank rate cut
be a cut above
be cut
be cut up
be cut up about
be made to cut expenses
beef cut
bias cut
bikini cut
budget cut
budgetary cut
budgetary cuts
budgeting cut
buzz-cut
cardboard cut-out
central cut-off distortion
clean-cut
clear cut
clear-cut
clear-cut decision
clear-cut division
clear-cut phrase
cold cut
cold cut from Cataluña
cold-cut sausage
cold cuts
cold cuts store
convex-cut
convex-cut gem
corner cut
crew cut
crew-cut
cut stalks remaining in the ground after the crop is cut
cutter bar for high-cut
cutter bar for low-cut
cutter bar for middle-cut
deep cut
director's cut
double-cut file
double-cut saw
easy-to-cut
exercise cut-off time
foreleg cut
full-cut share
generously cut shirts
get cut
get cut off
get one's hair cut
get the hair cut
have a crew cut
have one's hair cut
height of cut
horse with its tail cut
improvement cut
in the cut
join using a forty-five-degree cut
kiss-cut
lay a cut
liberally cut shirts
long cut tobacco
low-cut
low-cut dress
low-cut skirt
make a cut
make a deep cut
make a deep cut in
make the cut
many kiss the hand they wish cut off
marquise cut
meadow of one-cut
meadow of two-cuts
measurement system cut-off frequency
meat cut
neatly-cut
nominal effective cut-off frequency
nozzle cut-off valve
off-cut
open-cut
open-cut excavation
personnel cut
personnel cuts
power cut
pre-cut
price cut
public spending cuts
rate cut
rate of cut
razor cut
regular-cut share
regulation of cut
regulator cut-out
rose-cut diamond
rough-cut
rough cut
rough-cut
rug-cut
salary cuts
sample cut
short-cut
simple surgical cut
single-cut file
slight cut
something cut off
something cut out
spending cuts
square-cut diamond
square cut-off characteristic
stylishly cut
surface cut
take a short cut
tax cut
tax cuts
the tongue is not steel yet it cuts
timber cut down
tree from which the tops and branches have been cut off
typical pork cold cuts
uncut and cut tobacco
upper-cut
very elegantly cut
very stylishly cut
wage cuts
well-cut
which cuts wood
which ends abruptly as if cut off
wood cut
wood-cut
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