Cut Meaning With it various With Examples
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Cut Meaning: To make something smaller
- However, I frequently cut my nails, but I haven’t been cut them for 2 weeks.
- First of all, she will cut these woods because these are very long.
Tense forms of ‘Cut’ (Click here for Tense Rules)
- Present: cut, cuts, cutting (progressive)
- Past: cut, cut (past participle)
- Future: cut
Phrasal verbs with ‘Cut’
Cut off: stop something
- The workmen can cut off the electricity because you haven’t paid the bill last month.
- The cut-off date is the 15th of August. After that, they will end the offer.
Cut out for: To be suitable for
- However, I am not good enough, but I am cut out for helping others.
- I know you cannot show your kindness towards others, but sometimes you should cut out for doing something for them.
Cut up: To destroy, to upset something
- Lucy was totally cut up by the death of her mother.
- The sudden attack cup up the enemy’s powers.
Cut down: Curtail, reduce
- Nowadays, companies are cutting down their employees’ salaries because of this pandemic.
- Since I am our of the job these days, so I decided to cut down my expenditure.
Cut Meaning With its Various With Examples
Synonyms of ‘Cut’ – injure, trim, gash, pluck, crop, shave
Additional Meanings of ‘Cut’
Cut: break or make a hole in something with a knife or with scissors, etc…
- I cut the banana in the two similar parts by a knife.
- John cut the string and opened the present.
- I don’t why Jessica is cutting the papers into small-small pieces.
Cut: Take one piece from something bigger; to remove something
- You can cut some mistakes from the TV show.
- If don’t mind so can you cut a piece of cake, please?
- Smith is cutting the unusual parts out of the video because after that he will upload the video on You-tube.
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