cut verb (USE KNIFE)
This knife doesn't cut very well. 這把刀不好切，不夠鋒利。
[ + obj + adj ] Firefighters had to cut the trapped driver loose/free (= cut the metal to allow the driver to get out of the car) using special equipment. 消防員們不得不動用特殊器械切開汽車，救出受困的司機。
- I cut my finger chopping onions last night.
- Don't just hack away at the bread - cut it properly!
- Could you cut me a small piece of cheese, please?
- He cut the cake into six pieces.
- The razor slipped while he was shaving and he cut himself.
cut verb (REDUCE)
- We need to cut our advertising costs.
- Computerization should enable us to cut production costs by half.
- Our expectations are that the UK will cut its interest rate.
- The government announced today that it is to cut funding for the arts for next year.
- The supermarket chain announced that it was cutting prices on all its fresh and frozen meat.
cut verb (REMOVE)
cut and paste
cut sb out of your will
- Any scenes of violence had been cut.
- We will have to cut the bits about the president's wife.
cut verb (MISS)
cut verb (STOP)
cut sb short
cut verb (GROW TEETH)
cut verb (TAKE SHORT WAY)
cut verb (CARDS)
cut verb (RECORD)
cut noun (INJURY)
cut noun (MEAT)
cut noun (STYLE)
cut noun (REDUCTION)