cut / kʌt /


cut5 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

cut, cut·ting.

  1. to penetrate with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument or object: He cut his finger.
  2. to divide with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; sever; carve: to cut a rope.
  3. to detach with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; separate from the main body; lop off: to cut a slice from a loaf of bread.
v. 无主动词 verb

cut, cut·ting.

  1. to penetrate or divide something, as with a sharp-edged instrument; make an incision: The scissors cut well.
  2. to admit of being cut: Butter cuts easily.
  3. to repeatedly inflict self-injury by deliberately cutting the skin.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. that has been subjected to cutting; divided into pieces by cutting; detached by cutting: cut flowers.
  2. fashioned by cutting; having the surface shaped or ornamented by grinding, polishing, or the like: cut diamonds.
  3. reduced by or as if by cutting: cut whiskey; cut prices.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the act of cutting; a stroke or a blow, as with a knife, whip, etc.
  2. the result of cutting, as an incision, wound, passage, or channel.
  3. a piece cut off: a cut of a pie.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. cut across, to precede or go beyond considerations of; transcend: The new tax program cuts across party lines.
  2. cut down, Also cut down on. to lessen; decrease: to cut down on between-meal strike and cause to fall: The first force to attempt an advance was swiftly cut destroy, kill, or disable: The hurricane cut down everything in its remodel, remake, or reduce in size, as a garment: She had her old coat cut down to fit her daughter.
  3. cut in, to move or thrust oneself, a vehicle, etc., abruptly between others: A speeding car cut in and nearly caused an interpose; interrupt: to cut in with a interrupt a dancing couple in order to dance with one of blend into flour by means of a knife.

cut 近义词

n. 名词 noun

type, kind

n. 名词 noun

portion of profit

n. 名词 noun

style, shape of clothing

n. 名词 noun


n. 名词 noun

reduction, diminution

n. 名词 noun


v. 动词 verb

sever, chop with sharp instrument; incise


  • cut above
  • cut across
  • cut a deal
  • cut adrift
  • cut a long story short
  • cut and dried
  • cut and paste
  • cut and run
  • cut a wide swath
  • cut back
  • cut both ways
  • cut capers
  • cut class
  • cut corners
  • cut dead
  • cut down
  • cute as a button
  • cut ice
  • cut in
  • cut into
  • cut it
  • cut it fine
  • cut it out
  • cut loose
  • cut no ice
  • cut off
  • cut off one's nose to spite one's face
  • cut off with a shilling
  • cut of one's jib
  • cut one's losses
  • cut one's teeth on
  • cut out
  • cut out of whole cloth
  • cut short
  • cut someone dead
  • cut someone's throat
  • cut teeth
  • cut the comedy
  • cut the ground from under
  • cut the mustard
  • cut to the bone
  • cut to the chase
  • cut to the quick
  • cut up
  • (cut) down to size
  • fish or cut bait
  • have one's work cut out
  • like a chicken with its head cut off
  • make (cut) a long story short
  • unkindest cut
  • you could cut it with a knife


  1. For example, the Postal Service routinely mothballs sorting machines to cut out excess capacity, USPS officials have said.
  2. The president, for his part, has described many of those critical as “disgruntled former employees” who were not cut out for his administration.
  3. Tech’s coveted internships were some of the first roles to be cut as offices closed and businesses shuttered in response to the coronavirus.
  4. A new app promises to use cutting-edge science and technology to tell you if you’re right.
  5. The company, which employs about 2,800 people, plans to make a one-time payment of $20,000 to those who decide to leave San Francisco, New York, or Seattle, according to Bloomberg—though it also plans to cut their base salaries by as much as 10%.
  6. In this cockamamie get-rich scheme, would they all issue an apology if he cut a check?
  7. My understanding was that according to most Christian beliefs, being trans or gay was a sin, cut and dry.
  8. Crew members had to cut through the ice on the streets to get shots.
  9. In response to the screen quota cut, South Korea established a “cinema tax” on the box office.
  10. Supported by Washington, the domestic quota was cut from 90 days to 30.
  11. If the "Y" Beach lot press their advantage they may cut off the enemy troops on the toe of the Peninsula.
  12. At the reserve bank they may borrow as a standing right and not as a favor which may be cut off.
  13. It occurred to him then, for the first time, that a third resource was open—he might cut the rope, and let the kite go free!
  14. My thought was to keep pushing in troops from "W" Beach until the enemy had fallen back to save themselves from being cut off.
  15. Levison's relations think he will cut up well at his death; Levison's relations are right.