cut

cut
1. present participle - cutting; verb
1) (to make an opening in, usually with something with a sharp edge: He cut the paper with a pair of scissors.) skære; beskære; klippe; fælde; hugge
2) (to separate or divide by cutting: She cut a slice of bread; The child cut out the pictures; She cut up the meat into small pieces.) klippe; skære
3) (to make by cutting: She cut a hole in the cloth.) klippe; skære
4) (to shorten by cutting; to trim: to cut hair; I'll cut the grass.) klippe; studse
5) (to reduce: They cut my wages by ten per cent.) reducere
6) (to remove: They cut several passages from the film.) skære
7) (to wound or hurt by breaking the skin (of): I cut my hand on a piece of glass.) skære
8) (to divide (a pack of cards).) tage af
9) (to stop: When the actress said the wrong words, the director ordered `Cut!') klippe; stoppe; cutte
10) (to take a short route or way: He cut through/across the park on his way to the office; A van cut in in front of me on the motorway.) skyde genvej
11) (to meet and cross (a line or geometrical figure): An axis cuts a circle in two places.) skære
12) (to stay away from (a class, lecture etc): He cut school and went to the cinema.) pjække fra
13) ((also cut dead) to ignore completely: She cut me dead in the High Street.) ignorere; se lige forbi
2. noun
1) (the result of an act of cutting: a cut on the head; a power-cut (= stoppage of electrical power); a haircut; a cut in prices.) sår; afbrydelse; klipning; nedskæring; reduktion; nedsættelse
2) (the way in which something is tailored, fashioned etc: the cut of the jacket.) tilskæring; snit
3) (a piece of meat cut from an animal: a cut of beef.) kødstykke
- cutting 3. adjective
(insulting or offending: a cutting remark.) skarp; bidende; sårende
- cut-price
- cut-throat
4. adjective
(fierce; ruthless: cut-throat business competition.) hensynsløs; skånselsløs
- cut and dried
- cut back
- cut both ways
- cut a dash
- cut down
- cut in
- cut it fine
- cut no ice
- cut off
- cut one's losses
- cut one's teeth
- cut out
- cut short
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1. present participle - cutting; verb
1) (to make an opening in, usually with something with a sharp edge: He cut the paper with a pair of scissors.) skære; beskære; klippe; fælde; hugge
2) (to separate or divide by cutting: She cut a slice of bread; The child cut out the pictures; She cut up the meat into small pieces.) klippe; skære
3) (to make by cutting: She cut a hole in the cloth.) klippe; skære
4) (to shorten by cutting; to trim: to cut hair; I'll cut the grass.) klippe; studse
5) (to reduce: They cut my wages by ten per cent.) reducere
6) (to remove: They cut several passages from the film.) skære
7) (to wound or hurt by breaking the skin (of): I cut my hand on a piece of glass.) skære
8) (to divide (a pack of cards).) tage af
9) (to stop: When the actress said the wrong words, the director ordered `Cut!') klippe; stoppe; cutte
10) (to take a short route or way: He cut through/across the park on his way to the office; A van cut in in front of me on the motorway.) skyde genvej
11) (to meet and cross (a line or geometrical figure): An axis cuts a circle in two places.) skære
12) (to stay away from (a class, lecture etc): He cut school and went to the cinema.) pjække fra
13) ((also cut dead) to ignore completely: She cut me dead in the High Street.) ignorere; se lige forbi
2. noun
1) (the result of an act of cutting: a cut on the head; a power-cut (= stoppage of electrical power); a haircut; a cut in prices.) sår; afbrydelse; klipning; nedskæring; reduktion; nedsættelse
2) (the way in which something is tailored, fashioned etc: the cut of the jacket.) tilskæring; snit
3) (a piece of meat cut from an animal: a cut of beef.) kødstykke
- cutting 3. adjective
(insulting or offending: a cutting remark.) skarp; bidende; sårende
- cut-price
- cut-throat
4. adjective
(fierce; ruthless: cut-throat business competition.) hensynsløs; skånselsløs
- cut and dried
- cut back
- cut both ways
- cut a dash
- cut down
- cut in
- cut it fine
- cut no ice
- cut off
- cut one's losses
- cut one's teeth
- cut out
- cut short

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