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例句2. cut the red pepper into small pieces’
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Don’t cut your name into a tree.
Please don’t cut it too short.
Don’t pluck the flowers; it’s better to cut them.
painted canvas [i.e.,theatrical scenery,studio backcloths and the like,cut to shape ,in rolls or mounted on wooden or metal frames]
envelope ,glass,open (and glass parts thereof),without fittings,for electric lamps and electronic valves and tubes(excl. tubes merely cut to length)
glass ,blown,cut to non-rectangular shape or further worked than merely surface ground or polished
label textile woven embroidered in the piece in strips or cut to shape or size with visible ground
marble cut or sawn with a flat or even surface (excl. kerbstones and flagstones)
filter-paper coated cut to circular shape
coated paperboard filter,cut to shape
felt of coarse animal hair in the piece or cut to length (excl. floor coverings and that for use in machinery or plant),not impregnated,coated,covered,laminated or embroidered
Measurements of the electrical properties of transmitting tubes-Measuring methods of grid No3 cut-off voltage
Measurements of the electrical properties of transmitting tubes-Measuring methods of grid No1 current cut-off voltage
Measurements of the electrical properties of transmitting tubes-Measuring methods of grid No1 cut-off voltage
insignia textile,knitted or crocheted not embroidered in the piece in strips or cut to shape or size
textile felt,in piece or cut in length (excl. floor coverings and that for use in machinery or plant),not impregnated,coated,covered,laminated or embroidered
textile felt in the piece or cut to length coated or impregnated with asphalt or tar (excl. floor coverings)
textile felt reinforced with textile threads or wire in the piece or cut to length (excl. floor coverings and that for use in machinery or plant),not embroidered
textile felt rubberized,containing more than 50% by weight of textile materials in the piece or cut to length (excl. floor coverings and than for use in machinery or plant)
emblem ,textile,woven,not embroidered in the piece,in strips or cut to shape or size
cord ,textile,cut to length,with knots,loops or metal or glass eyelets,for use on jacquard or other looms
cord ,textile,whether or not impregnated,coated or reinforced with metal in the piece or cut to length,for use in machinery or plant as packing or lubricating material
insignia of non-woven textile materials,not embroidered in the piece,in strips or cut to shape or size
flash of non-woven textile materials,not embroidered in the piece in strips or cut to shape or size
testing method for tensile strength and elongation of nonwoven:cut strip method
stitch-bonded felt,consisting of a web of textile fibres the cohesion of which is enhanced by the picking up of fibres from the web itself in the piece or cut to length (excl. floor coverings)
cheesecloth,cut into rectangles,with the ends of the threads knotted to prevent unravelling (exlc. those requiring further fabrication before use)
Cut me some stack.
normal cut x
co-ordinated universal time (缩写:cut)
‘his hair was in need of a _cut_ ’
‘Stylish ladies could get a _cut_ and perm at Southampton department store Owen Owens for £16.30.’
2.A long, narrow incision in the skin made by something sharp.
‘blood ran from a _cut_ on his jaw’
‘One woman went to the hospital with facial _cuts_ and a broken nose.’
3.A long, narrow opening or incision made in a surface or piece of material.
‘make a single _cut_ along the top of each potato’
‘This causes the dough to expand rapidly, the _cuts_ on top opening to give the leaf-shaped scars typical of these loaves.’
4.A passage cut or dug out, as a railway cutting or a new channel made for a river or other waterway.
‘the _cut_ connected with the Harborough arm of the canal’
‘I had assumed that the Broads would be broad - so was unprepared for far too many of the _cuts_ , dykes and rivers having the dimensions and floorplan of supermarket aisles.’
5.A piece of meat cut from a carcass.
‘a good lean _cut_ of beef’
‘And I love slow-stewed and braised dishes made from the less lovely _cuts_ of meat.’
6.A power cut.
‘fortunately the _cut_ happened at night and power was quickly restored’
‘She said the _cut_ happened shortly after 1pm this afternoon but by 2.30 everyone had been reconnected.’
7.A recording of a piece of music.
‘a _cut_ from his forthcoming album’
‘On the instrumental _cuts_ , he seems less aggressive and almost a little less ambitious with his melodies and drum programming.’
8.A reduction in amount or size.
‘she took a 20% pay _cut_ ’
‘a _cut_ in interest rates’
9.A share of the profits from something.
‘the directors are demanding their _cut_ ’
‘Did I mention that I am not only a middleman, but I am taking a _cut_ for doing absolutely nothing.’
10.A stroke made with an abrupt, typically horizontal or downward action.
‘Kellett was denied a century by edging a _cut_ to wicketkeeper Burns’
‘He is strong off the back, utilising hooks and _cuts_ to great effect.’
11.A stroke or blow given by a sharp-edged implement or by a whip or cane.
‘he could skin an animal with a single _cut_ of the knife’
‘After 22 _cuts_ of the whip, he was starting to feel the pain creeping through his mind.’
12.A version of a film after editing.
‘the final _cut_ ’
‘None of these scenes and extensions would have added anything weighty to the final _cut_ of the film.’
13.A wounding remark or act.
‘his unkindest _cut_ at Elizabeth was to call her heartless’
‘It is true to say that Palace conspired in their own downfall, but it was nevertheless a cruel _cut_ for their coach after he had briefly picked up the scent of his side’s first win since their return to the top flight.’
14.An act of cutting part of a book, play, etc.
‘they would not publish the book unless the author was willing to make _cuts_ ’
‘After heavy _cuts_ , the film was released by Hammer in August of 1962; it did not reach the US until July 1965, as the bottom half of a double bill.’
15.An immediate transition from one scene to another in a film.
‘instead of hard _cuts_ , we used dissolves to give it a very dreamy character’
‘There aren’t many _cuts_ - often a scene will take place before us in one shot, with the camera serenely gliding from one side of a room to the other.’
16.The halfway point of a golf tournament, where half of the players are eliminated.
‘He had survived the halfway _cut_ with nothing to spare at level par.’
‘Since making several radical changes to clubs and his mental preparation, he has barely missed a tournament _cut_ .’
17.The way or style in which something, especially a garment or someone’s hair, is cut.
‘the elegant _cut_ of his dinner jacket’
‘She wore her brown hair in the choppy _cut_ of a lead singer from a local rock band.’
1.(of a line) cross or intersect (another line)
‘mark the point where the line _cuts_ the vertical axis’
‘The line _cuts_ the horizontal axis at 11.4.’
2.(of a weapon, bullet, or disease) kill or injure someone.
‘Barker had been _cut_ down by a sniper’s bullet’
‘Just as this associate is about to divulge more, a hail of bullets _cuts_ him down, _cutting_ short the protagonist’s convalescence and paving the way for another narrative-driven, gunplay-heavy escapade.’
3.(of the ball) turn sharply on pitching.
‘You can’t depend on the ball _cutting_ in off the pitch.’
‘The ball _cuts_ back sharply and misses his bat by miles.’
4.Abridge (a text, film, or performance) by removing material.
‘he had to _cut_ unnecessary additions made to the opening scene’
‘You lot do know that one of the key scenes was _cut_ from the theatrical release, right?’
5.Absent oneself from (something one should normally attend, especially school)
‘Rodney was _cutting_ class’
‘One problem is that after _cutting_ class, the teenager faces powerful temptations to misbehave.’
6.Castrate (an animal, especially a horse).
‘Do not think that having your stallion _cut_ now will instantly make him a darling and all your problems will be solved.’
‘At two, many stallions are gentle (I had one I kept until he was 5 then had him _cut_ ).’
7.Cause something to fall by cutting it through at the base.
‘some 24 hectares of trees were _cut_ down’
‘Within the next 18 months, 76 trees will be _cut_ down and replaced, one street adjoining the square will be completely pedestrianised and the rusted Galway Hooker sculpture will be moved.’
8.Come up to expectations; meet requirements.
‘this CD player doesn’t quite _cut_ it’
‘The current pair isn’t _cutting_ it, a fact that contributed to the Pats’ decision to draft Ben Watson.’
9.Delete (part of a text or other display) so as to insert a copy of it elsewhere.
‘Instead of editing, _cutting_ and deleting my views from these pages, why not simply discuss by way of a reply.’
‘But did you know you can copy, _cut_ , close an application or scroll with just one click?’
10.Divide a pack of playing cards by lifting a portion from the top, either to reveal a card at random or to place the top portion under the bottom portion.
‘let’s _cut_ for dealer’
‘The cards are shuffled and _cut_ , and are all dealt out, one at a time, so that everyone has 13 cards.’
11.Divide into pieces with a knife or other sharp implement.
‘ _cut_ the beef into thin slices’
‘he _cut_ his food up into teeny pieces’
12.End or interrupt the provision of (a supply)
‘we resolved to _cut_ oil supplies to territories controlled by the rebels’
‘if the pump develops a fault, the electrical supply is immediately _cut_ off’
13.Have an effect regardless of (divisions or boundaries between groups)
‘subcultures which _cut_ across national and political boundaries’
‘″It _cuts_ across economic boundaries, ″ said Kenneth Rodriguez, a local businessman and chairman of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.’
14.Hit (the ball) to the off side with the bat held almost horizontally; play such a stroke against (the bowler).
‘He opens the over by stepping to the leg side and swinging his bat through a horizontal arc, _cutting_ the ball to point for four more.’
‘The elegant right-hander _cut_ the ball beautifully.’
15.Ignore or refuse to recognize (someone)
‘they _cut_ her in public’
‘He simply walked on by, _cutting_ me as dead as a doornail, and shot into his house.’
16.Leave or move hurriedly.
‘you can _cut_ along now’
‘ _Cut_ along now. There’s no time to lose.’
17.Make (a film) into a coherent whole by removing parts or placing them in a different order.
‘I like to watch the rushes at home before I start _cutting_ the film’
‘He also continues to _cut_ on film, a noticeable deviation from the industry standard of nonlinear digital editing.’
18.Make (a path, tunnel, or other route) by excavation, digging, or chopping.
‘plans to _cut_ a road through a rainforest’
‘investigators called for a machete to _cut_ through the bush’
19.Make (a sound recording)
‘quadraphonic LPs had to be _cut_ at a lower volume level than conventional records’
‘From what Ive been able to dig up Turner _cut_ the album in his home studio.’
20.Make a deliberate incision in (one’s flesh), as a symptom of psychological or emotional distress.
‘I started _cutting_ myself when I was about 14 and continued for four years’
‘I just started high school and I have a lot of self-confidence issues and as a result I started _cutting_ ’
21.Make an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or object.
‘he _cut_ his big toe on a sharp stone’
‘when fruit is _cut_ open, it goes brown’
22.Make divisions in (something)
‘land that has been _cut_ up by streams into forested areas’
‘Even Ethiopia, situated on a high plateau, which was _cut_ up by mountains and vast canyons that made internal travel difficult, was accessible only from an exceptionally hot and unpleasant desert coast.’
23.Make or design (a garment) in a particular way.
‘an impeccably _cut_ suit’
‘In terms of style, my suggestion is to opt for a pair of jeans _cut_ , boot fit leather pants.’
24.Make or form (something) by using a sharp tool to remove material.
‘workmen _cut_ a hole in the pipe’
‘Police are hunting the thieves, who _cut_ a big hole in the fence to get to the aluminium.’
25.Make something by cutting.
‘I _cut_ out some squares of paper’
‘The circles were _cut_ out and placed one on top of one another.’
26.Mix (an illegal drug) with another substance.
‘speed _cut_ with rat poison’
‘Police also discovered equipment in the cellar for _cutting_ and mixing the drugs, including a press for compressing the heroin.’
27.Move to another shot in a film.
‘ _cut_ to a dentist’s surgery’
‘From here the film _cuts_ to 1973 and William is a young teenager with an encyclopedic knowledge and appreciation of music.’
28.Pass or traverse, especially so as to shorten one’s route.
‘the following aircraft _cut_ across to join him’
‘Sweeps Ditch _cuts_ across Watersplash Lane, and eventually joins the River Thames at Maidenhead.’
29.Reduce the amount or quantity of.
‘buyers will bargain hard to _cut_ the cost of the house they want’
‘I should _cut_ down my sugar intake’
30.Remove (something) from something larger by using a sharp implement.
‘I _cut_ his photograph out of the paper’
‘some prisoners had their right hands _cut_ off’
31.Remove, exclude, or stop eating or doing something undesirable.
‘start today by _cutting_ out fatty foods’
‘The fear is that the grand achievement of two decades of democracy is only that the middleman was _cut_ out and repression privatized.’
32.Separate (something) into two; sever.
‘they _cut_ the rope before he choked’
‘The sailors had to _cut_ through their anchor line to escape the beach.’
33.Separate an animal from the main herd.
‘after the target animal is spotted, the pilot swoops down, _cutting_ it out of the herd’
‘Sneaking up on a huge animal, and _cutting_ it out of a herd was always treacherous business.’
34.Slice (the ball).
‘Under pressure I never hook. I am more prone to _cut_ the ball, if anything.’
‘After the 8th hole, Barney is ahead by 1 stroke, but _cuts_ his ball into the rough on the 9th.’
35.Stop filming or recording.
‘‘ _Cut_ ’ shouted a voice, followed by ‘Could we do it again, please?’’
‘But no one yelled _cut_ and I said to myself, ’I’m just an actress, I’m gonna keep on walking until someone tells me to stop.’’
36.Strike or kick (a ball) with an abrupt, typically downward motion.
‘Cook _cut_ the ball back to him’
‘Full back James McDaid broke down his flank and _cut_ the ball back for Midwood to give the visiting keeper no chance.’
37.Switch off (an engine or a light)
‘Niall brought the car to a halt and _cut_ the engine’
‘The boat turned in close and glided past, its engines _cut_ .’
38.Trim or reduce the length of (grass, hair, etc.) by using a sharp implement.
‘Ted was _cutting_ the lawn’
‘ _cut_ back all the year’s growth to about four leaves’
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