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Meaning of “cut sth up” - Learner’s Dictionary

cut sth up

phrasal verb with cut     /kʌt/ verb ( present participle cutting, past tense and past participle cut)
B1 to cut something into piecesSeparating and dividingCutting and stabbing
be cut up UK informal
to be very upset about something: He was very cut up when his brother died.Feeling sad and unhappy
Translations of “cut sth up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 切碎, 剪碎, 割碎…
in Russian нарезать (кусочками)…
in Turkish parçalara ayırmak, param parça dilimlemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 切碎, 剪碎, 割碎…
in Polish pokroić coś…
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