cutting

ˈkʌtɪŋ

Перевод:

Noun: резка резание разрезание снижение
Adjective: резкий режущий для резания пронизывающий
Adverb: наперерез

Фразы:

the cutting edge of a knife - лезвие ножа

cutting board - доска для резки хлеба

cutting pain - резкая боль

cutting out - вырезка, вырезание

abrasive cutting machine - абразивный отрезной станок

card-cutting machine - картонорезальная машина

cloth-cutting machine - закроечная машина

corner-cutting machine - обрезная машина

cutting-loading machine - врубо-навалочная машина

cutting-off machine - отрезной станок

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Примеры:

He's cutting a molar. - У него режется коренной зуб.

The new tooth is cutting. - Прорезывается новый зуб.

It's been raining for a week and the children are really cutting up. - Целую неделю идёт дождь, и дети становятся совершенно неуправляемыми.

He's always cutting class. - Он постоянно прогуливает.

the cutting of whiskey with water - разбавление виски водой

The decision was made with the object of cutting costs. - Это решение было принято с целью сократить расходы.

cutting a piece of string - отрезая кусок верёвки

Cutting costs is the only solution. - Единственное решение — снизить издержки.

The company is cutting its workforce. - Компания сокращает свой штат.

Cutting diamonds can be grueling work. - Огранка алмазов может быть изнурительной работой.

Too much cutting dulls the knife's edge. - Если слишком много резать, острие ножа затупляется.

The government is cutting arms expenditure. - Правительство сокращает расходы на вооружения.

Cutting spending at this time is a bad idea. - Сокращать расходы прямо сейчас — неудачная идея / было бы неправильно.

She was cutting the meat up into little bits. - Она резала мясо на маленькие кусочки.

She finally badgered me into cutting my hair. - Она всё-таки уломала меня подстричься.

These words, delivered with a cutting suavity. - Эти слова, произнесённые с язвительной учтивостью.

The cutting of the cards soon became a ritual. - Съём карточной колоды вскоре стал ритуалом.

Cutting taxes may facilitate economic recovery. - Снижение налогов может способствовать восстановлению экономики.

They are cutting costs by using nonunion labor. - Они сокращают издержки, используя труд работников, не состоящих в профсоюзах.

Baker argued against cutting the military budget. - Бейкер выступил против сокращения военного бюджета.

The company is on the cutting edge of technology. - Компания находится на переднем крае технологий.

He'd just be cutting his own throat if he left now. - Если он сейчас уйдёт, для него это всё равно что пустить пулю в висок.

She was outside cutting the dead heads off the roses. - Она была на улице — срезала засохшие розовые бутоны.

The fabric store sells oddments left over from cutting. - В магазине тканей продаются обрезки, оставшиеся от раскроя.

Your essay's too long — it needs cutting down a little. - Ваше сочинение слишком длинное, нужно его немного сократить.

Businesses were tightening their belts and cutting jobs. - Предприятия были вынуждены подзатянуть пояса и провести сокращения.

From outside came the sound of someone cutting the hedge. - Снаружи послышался шум, как будто кто-то подрезает изгородь.

The team are relying on Gregg to give them a cutting edge. - Команда надеется на то, что Грегг даст им преимущество над остальными.

Marie took her time cutting my hair and did it really well. - Мари не стала торопиться, когда меня стригла, и стрижка удалась на славу.

Cutting down the forest is sheer madness (=completely crazy). - Вырубка этого леса — чистое безумие (т.е. полное сумасшествие).

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Связанные термины:

cut: If you cut something, you use a knife or a similar tool to divide it into pieces, or to mark it or damage it. If you cut a shape or a hole in something, you make the shape or hole by using a knife or similar tool.

fast-cut: to go abruptly from one brief scene to another

precut: any precut item

price cut: a reduction in the price of a good or service

die-cutting: the cutting by machine of paper or card into shapes with sharp steel knives, such as in the manufacture of cardboard boxes

cost-cutting: the reduction of costs

cross-cutting: linking traditionally separate or independent parties or interests

cutting board: A cutting board is a wooden or plastic board that you chop meat and vegetables on.

cutting edge: If you are at the cutting edge of a particular field of activity, you are involved in its most important or most exciting developments .

cutting grass: a tropical African cavy-like hystricomorph rodent, Thryonomys swinderianus, that lives in swampy regions: family Thryonomyidae

cutting horse: a saddle horse trained for use in separating an individual animal, such as a cow, from a herd

cutting room: The cutting room in a film production company is the place where the film is edited.

cutting tool: A cutting tool is a pointed tool mounted in a machine tool and used for cutting materials .

flame cutting: a method of cutting ferrous metals in which the metal is heated by a torch to about 800°C and is oxidized by a stream of oxygen from the torch

free-cutting: having good machinability

press cutting: an article or picture from a newspaper about someone or something

price cutting: the act or practice of cutting prices

razor-cutting: to trim or shape (the hair) with a razor

short-cutting: to use a short cut

cutting garden: a household flower garden planted solely for growing flowers that are to be cut and displayed indoors

cutting stylus: stylus (sense 3a )

diamond cutting: the art or work of cutting and shaping rough diamonds to make them suitable for use by the jewellery trade

ribbon-cutting: a ceremony marking the official opening of a site, the commencement of its construction, etc., typically involving the cutting of a ribbon suspended as across an entrance

a cutting edge: the ability to be more successful than your opponents

cutting compound: a mixture, such as oil, water, and soap, used for cooling drills and other cutting tools

newspaper cutting: an excerpt taken from, usually physically cut out from, the pages of a newspaper

cut in: If you cut in on someone, you interrupt them when they are speaking.

cut up: If you cut something up, you cut it into several pieces.

cutting-edge design: If you are at the cutting edge of a particular field of activity, you are involved in its most important or most exciting developments. [...]

cutting-edge research: If you are at the cutting edge of a particular field of activity, you are involved in its most important or most exciting developments. [...]

cutting-out scissors: a type of scissors used to cut out pieces of fabric for sewing

cut off: If you cut something off, you remove it with a knife or a similar tool .

cut out: If you cut something out, you remove or separate it from what surrounds it using scissors or a knife .

at the cutting edge: involved in the most important, exciting, or advanced developments of a particular subject or activity

cutting-edge technology: Technology refers to methods, systems, and devices which are the result of scientific knowledge being used for practical purposes.

clear-cut: Something that is clear-cut is easy to recognize and quite distinct .

cut along: to hurry off

cut back: If you cut back something such as expenditure or cut back on it, you reduce it.

cut down: If you cut down on something or cut down something, you use or do less of it.

jump cut: a break in continuity in the normal sequence of shots

razor cut: a fluffy hairstyle, usually tapering at the neck, trimmed by a razor

short cut: A short cut is a quicker way of getting somewhere than the usual route.

cut across: 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.

cutback: A cutback is a reduction that is made in something.

stylus: The stylus on a record player is the small needle that picks up the sound signals on the records.

cane rat: a tropical African cavy-like hystricomorph rodent, Thryonomys swinderianus, that lives in swampy regions: family Thryonomyidae

glass cutter: a person whose work is cutting sheets of glass to desired sizes or shapes

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Однокоренные слова:

cuttings - стружки, обрезки, опилки

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