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Fills out a financial document, typically a check/cheque
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To make an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or object
“I would accidentally cut my finger while handling the kitchen knife.”
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To divide into pieces with a knife or other sharp implement
“Amin, a one-time heavyweight boxing champion, would decide to cut the wedding cake with a sword.”
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To cut in two, especially with a sharp instrument
“Indiana Jones decided to cut the rope of the bridge to teach Mola Ram a lesson.”
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To trim by cutting off
“Even if the grass is greener on the other side, somebody still has to cut it.”
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To gather by cutting
“I went out into the garden to cut some flowers.”
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To reduce the amount or quantity of
“I have decided to cut my caloric intake in an effort to lose some weight.”
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To cut or divide into parts
“This is the point where the line will cut the vertical axis.”
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To bring to an end
“We are seriously considering if we should cut our investment in this non-performing asset.”
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To turn or switch off
“The stadium would then cut the lights so that the thousands in attendance could pay homage to the legend.”
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To carve or engrave (something) into a material
“We had an industrial stenciling machine at work that could cut lettering into a variety of materials.”
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To fail to attend, or to play truant
“You will be expelled from this school if you cut class again.”
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To abridge or shorten
“The movie fizzled, and the producers would decide to cut the film down from 155 minutes to 123 minutes.”
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To edit or take out
“The scriptwriters decided to cut my lines from the film.”
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To hurt someone's feelings, or to have one's feelings hurt
“Her insensitive remarks about his love handles would cut him deeply.”
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To analyze or view in a certain way
“Whichever way you cut it, the outlook does not look good.”
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To treat or regard with rudeness or contempt
“Everyone is starting to cut me, and I'm not quite sure why.”
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To make a recording of
“After signing a publishing deal, the band would proceed to cut a few signature tracks.”
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(usually in sports) To move in a (usually sharp) turn
“James would cut to the basket after seeing an opening between two defenders.”
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(rare) To weaken or make thinner through the addition of impurities or substances
“The cafe would cut the orange juice with so much water that there was barely any flavor left.”
Noun
A reduction or curtailment, especially of business operations or staff
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The reduction of costs, especially in a business
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Plural for an incision made by something sharp
“The cut on your finger should heal within a few days.”
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Plural for a stroke or blow delivered by a sharp-edged implement
“The butcher would skillfully execute the cut with his sharpened knife.”
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Plural for a reduction in amount or size
“The booming economy has resulted in a significant cut in unemployment.”
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Plural for a share of the profits from something
“Arthur Morgan's gang would each get a cut of the loot after successfully robbing the bank at Valentine.”
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Plural for a piece of meat cut from a carcass
“Halfway through a king-size cut of steak, she finally appeared to make some progress toward sobriety.”
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Plural for a level or rank in a process, or in the assessment of skill or ability
“The new recruit has demonstrated himself to be a cut above the rest in ability.”
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Plural for the way or style in which something, especially clothing or hair, is cut
“The cut of her clothes certainly does make her look slimmer and taller.”
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Plural for a haircut
“I decided to go to the hairdressers to have a cut and blow-dry.”
Noun
Plural for a type or kind
“Your manager is the best cut of person you could have representing your business.”
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Plural for a wounding remark or act
“Sarah was his friend, and being unable to help her was the cruelest cut of all.”
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Plural for an interruption of supply to power
“Work came to a momentary halt during the cut.”
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