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Turkish translation of “cut”

cut

verb
 
 
/kʌt/ (present participle cutting, past tense and past participle cut)
KNIFE [I, T] A2 to use a knife or other sharp tool to divide something, remove part of something, or make a hole in something
kesmek
Cut the meat into small pieces. He cut the piece of wood in half. I had my hair cut last week. She cut off all the diseased buds.Cutting and stabbing
REDUCE [T] B2 to reduce the size or amount of something
azaltmak, kısmak
Prices have been cut by 25%. The company is cutting 50 jobs.Becoming and making smaller or lessBecoming and making less strong
INJURE [T] B1 to injure yourself on a sharp object which makes you bleed
kendini kesmek, yaralamak
She cut her finger on a broken glass.Cutting and stabbing
REMOVE [T] B2 to remove part of a film or piece of writing
(film, yazı) azaltmak, kesmek, çıkarmak
The film was too long so they cut some scenes. → See also cut corners, cut it/things fine, have your work cut outRemoving and getting rid of thingsTaking things away from someone or somewhere
(Definition of cut verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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