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VERB 切;割;剪;砍;割破;划破 If you cut something, you use a knife or a similar tool to divide it into pieces, or to mark it or damage it. If you cut a shape or a hole in something, you make the shape or hole by using a knife or similar tool.
Mrs. Haines stood nearby, holding scissors to cut a ribbon...
Cut the tomatoes in half vertically...
VERB 割伤，划伤(自己) If you cut yourself or cut a part of your body, you accidentally injure yourself on a sharp object so that you bleed.
Johnson cut himself shaving...
I started to cry because I cut my finger...
VERB 修剪;剪短 If you cut something such as grass, your hair, or your fingernails, you shorten them using scissors or another tool.
The most recent tenants hadn't even cut the grass...
You have to learn not to cut your toenails in the living room...
VERB 剪裁(服装) The way that clothes are cut is the way they are designed and made.
...badly cut blue suits.
VERB 轻松地穿过(或通过) To cut through something means to move or pass through it easily.
I could see long canoes cutting through the waves.
VERB 抄近路 If you cut across or through a place, you go through it because it is the shortest route to another place.
He decided to cut across the Heath, through Greenwich Park.
VERB 消减;缩减;裁减 If you cut something, you reduce it.
The first priority is to cut costs...
The UN force is to be cut by 90%.
VERB 缩减;删减;删节 If you cut a text, broadcast, or performance, you shorten it. If you cut a part of a text, broadcast, or performance, you do not publish, broadcast, or perform that part.
Branagh has cut the play judiciously...
The audience wants more music and less drama, so we've cut some scenes.
VERB 停止，切断(供应) To cut a supply of something means to stop providing it or stop it being provided.
They used pressure tactics to force them to return, including cutting food and water supplies.
VERB 切(牌);倒(牌) If you cut a pack of playing cards, you divide it into two.
Place the cards face down on the table and cut them.
CONVENTION 停(电影导演要求停止拍摄时的用语) When the director of a film says 'cut', they want the actors and the camera crew to stop filming.
VERB 灌制(唱片);制作(激光唱片) When a singer or band cuts a CD, they make a recording of their music.
She eventually cut her own album.
VERB 开始长(新牙) When a child cuts a tooth, a new tooth starts to grow through the gum.
Many infants do not cut their first tooth until they are a year old.
VERB 旷(课);逃(学) If a child cuts classes or cuts school, they do not go to classes or to school when they are supposed to.
Cutting school more than once in three months is a sign of trouble.
VERB (不耐烦地让人停止做某事)别…，不要… If you tell someone to cut something, you are telling them in an irritated way to stop it.
'Cut the euphemisms, Daniel,' Brenda snapped...
Why don't you just cut the crap and open the door.
N-COUNT (从动物躯体上)割下的一块肉 A cut of meat is a piece or type of meat which is cut in a particular way from the animal, or from a particular part of it.
Use a cheap cut such as spare rib chops.
N-SING (尤指通过不诚实手段获得的)份，份额 Someone's cut of the profits or winnings from something, especially ones that have been obtained dishonestly, is their share.
The lawyers, of course, take their cut of the little guy's winnings.
N-COUNT (在山中开凿的公路或铁路)通道，路堑 A cut is a narrow valley which has been cut through a hill so that a road or railroad track can pass through.
PHRASE 优于;比…高一等;胜…一筹 If you say that someone or something is a cut above other people or things of the same kind, you mean they are better than them.
Joan Smith's detective stories are a cut above the rest.
PHRASE 假装没看见;不理睬 If you see someone you know and cut them dead, you ignore them.
PHRASE 已成定局的;板上钉钉的 If you say that a situation or solution is cut and dried, you mean that it is clear and definite.
Unfortunately, things cannot be as cut and dried as many people would like...
We are aiming for guidelines, not cut-and-dried answers.
PHRASE (使)摆脱影响;(使)摆脱束缚 If a person or an organization cuts loose or is cut loose, they become free from the influence or authority of other people.
He's cut loose from this business except, possibly, where James is concerned...
It's about to be cut loose from the state on which it has so long depended.
PHRASE 急忙逃走;撒腿就跑 If someone cuts and runs in a difficult situation, they try to escape from it quickly and gain an advantage for themselves, rather than deal with the situation in a responsible way.
...his cowardly decision to cut and run.
PHRASE 完成(任务);应付(局势) If you say that someone can't cut it, you mean that they do not have the qualities needed to do a task or cope with a situation.
He doesn't think English-born players can cut it abroad.
PHRASE 精彩片断;激情时刻 If you talk about the cut and thrust of an activity, you are talking about the aspects of it that make it exciting and challenging.
...cut-and-thrust debate between two declared adversaries.
PHRASE 有利有弊;两面都行得通 If you say that something cuts both ways, you mean that it can have two opposite effects, or can have both good and bad effects.
This publicity cuts both ways. It focuses on us as well as on them.
PHRASAL VERB 停止，中断(供给) To cut off a supply of something means to stop providing it or stop it being provided.
The rebels have cut off electricity from the capital...
His company is preparing to shut down in the event that their water supply is cut off...
PHRASAL VERB 切断，中断(通话) If you get cut off when you are on the telephone, the line is suddenly disconnected and you can no longer speak to the other person.
When you do get through, you've got to say your piece quickly before you get cut off...
I'm going to cut you off now because we've got lots of callers waiting.
PHRASAL VERB 打断(讲话) If you cut someone off when they are speaking, you interrupt them and stop them from speaking.
'But, sir, I'm under orders to —' Clark cut him off. 'Don't argue with me.'