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cut

verb [I or T] (USE KNIFE) 用刀     /kʌt/ ( present tense cutting, past tense and past participle cut)
to break the surface of something, or to divide or make something smaller, using a sharp tool, especially a knife (尤指用刀)切,割,砍,剪,削,剁 cut a slice of bread 切一片面包 I've cut myself/my hand on that glass/with that knife. 我被那片玻璃/那把小刀割伤了(手)。 Cut the meat up into small pieces. 把肉切成小片。 This knife doesn't cut very well, it's not sharp enough. 这把刀不好切,不够锋利。 Where did you have your hair cut? 你在哪儿理的发? [+ obj + adj ] Firefighters had to cut the trapped driver loose/free (= cut the metal, etc. to allow the driver to get out of the car) using special equipment. 消防员们不得不动用特殊器械切开汽车,救出受困的司机。 He fell off the swing and cut his head open (= got a deep cut in his head). 他从秋千上摔下来,头上割了道口子。 He cut the cake in/into six (pieces) and gave each child a slice. 他把蛋糕切成6块,分给孩子每人1块。 Cutting and stabbing
(Definition of cut verb (USE KNIFE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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