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Translation of "cut" - English-Turkish dictionary

cut

noun [C]     /kʌt/
INJURY
B1 an injury made when the skin is cut with something sharp kesik, yara, bere He suffered cuts and bruises in the accident.Cutting and stabbing
OPENING
an opening made with a sharp tool yarık, açıklık She made a cut in the material.Cutting and stabbing
REDUCTION
B2 a reduction in the number or amount of something azaltma, kesme tax/job cuts The workers were angry about the cut in pay.Becoming and making smaller or lessBecoming and making less strong
MEAT
a piece of meat from a particular part of an animal bir parça et an expensive cut of beefKinds of meat
SHARE
a share of something, usually money (para) pay, payına düşen My family owns the company, so we get a cut of the profits.Sharing
an electricity/power, etc cut
B2 when the supply of something is stopped elektrik/güç vs. Kesintisi Electricity and electronics
HAIR ( also haircut)
the style in which your hair has been cut seç kesim şekli →  See also shortcut Cutting and stabbing
(Definition of cut noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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