any precut item
a reduction in the price of a good or service
If you cut in on someone, you interrupt them when they are speaking.
If you say that someone can't cut it, you mean that they do not have the qualities needed to do a task or cope with a situation .
If you cut something up, you cut it into several pieces.
If you cut something off, you remove it with a knife or a similar tool .
If you cut something out, you remove or separate it from what surrounds it using scissors or a knife .
Low-cut dresses and blouses do not cover the top part of a woman's chest.
a decrease in pay or salary
a reduction made by the government in the amount of tax that people pay
(of trousers ) slightly flared at the bottom of the legs
→ crew cut
a close-cut haircut, carried out with an electric razor
A man or boy who is clean-cut has a neat, tidy appearance.
Something that is clear-cut is easy to recognize and quite distinct .
A crew cut is a hairstyle in which the hair is cut very short .
to hurry off
If you cut back something such as expenditure or cut back on it, you reduce it.
to snub completely
If you cut down on something or cut down something, you use or do less of it.
Cut glass is glass that has patterns cut into its surface.
any grass (esp. Leersia oryzoides ) having tiny hooks along the edges of the blades that cause scratches on the human skin
to become free from the influence or authority of other people
a sandwich lunch carried from home to work, school, etc
Cut-offs are short pants made by cutting part of the legs off old pants.
Cut-price goods or services are cheaper than usual .
Cut-rate goods or services are cheaper than usual .
to stop abruptly before the end
→ alla breve
the final edited version of a film, approved by the director and producer
(of tobacco ) finely cut or shredded
partially severed or divided
a break in continuity in the normal sequence of shots
tobacco finely cut from a block
an excavation made in the open rather than in a tunnel
A power cut is a period of time when the electricity supply to a particular building or area is stopped, sometimes deliberately.
a fluffy hairstyle, usually tapering at the neck, trimmed by a razor
(of wood, tiles, glass, etc) cut to size before being sold
(of a gemstone ) cut with a hemispherical faceted crown and a flat base
a first edited version of a film with the scenes in sequence and the soundtrack synchronized
A short cut is a quicker way of getting somewhere than the usual route.
a cut consisting of a rectangular girdle, often faceted, with two or more tiers of narrow facets running parallel to the girdle on both the crown and the pavilion : used esp. in stones in which color is more important than brilliance
The water cut is the ratio of the water which is produced in a well compared to the volume of the total liquids produced.
(of a file ) having medium teeth ; intermediate between a coarse cut and a fine cut
a horizontal surgical incision in the lower abdomen, often used for a hysterectomy or a Cesarean delivery, so called because it leaves a less noticeable scar than does a vertical incision
a method for selecting a single-valued function on a subset of the domain of a multiple-valued function of a complex variable
(of chips or crisps ) having a striated or furrowed surface
the SE section of the Panama Canal, cut through Culebra Mountain . Length: about 13 km (8 miles)
If an issue or problem cuts across the division between two or more groups of people, it affects or matters to people in all the groups.
to save time, money or effort by not following the correct procedure or rules for doing something