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cut

verb
 
/kʌt/ ( present participle cutting, past tense and past participle cut)
A2 to use a knife or other sharp tool to divide something or make a hole in something
tagliare, tagliarsi
Cut the meat into small pieces. He cut the piece of wood in half. I had my hair cut last week.
cut something/yourself B1 to hurt a part of your body on a sharp object that makes you bleed
tagliarsi (qualcosa)
She cut her finger on some broken glass.
to reduce the size or amount of something
ridurre, tagliare
Prices have been cut by 25 percent.
to remove part of a movie or piece of writing
tagliare
The movie was too long, so they cut some scenes.
(Definition of cut verb from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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