cut down / ˈkʌtˌdaʊn /


cut down2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. reduction; decrease; diminution: a cutdown in sales.
  2. Surgery. the incision of a superficial vein in order to effect direct insertion of a catheter.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. reduced in size.
  2. abridged or condensed: They televised a cutdown version of the movie.

cut down 近义词

v. 动词 verb


cut down 的近义词 11
cut down 的反义词 1

更多cut down例句

  1. Mayhew, at the cutdown day news conference, expressed confidence in the collaborative roster-building process they’ve put in place.
  2. I believe he was in there and did the—he helped Dr. Curtis with the cutdown, the initial cutdown.
  3. Then, the initial cutdown that I started was ineffective and infiltrated into the tissues.
  4. After I had completed the cutdown, I went around to the right side of the patient and saw the head wound.
  5. Will you describe in lay language what you mean by a cutdown in relationship to what they did in this case?
  6. And what, specifically, did you do pursuant to the cutdown on his leg?