cut 英 [kʌt] 美 [kʌt]
n. 伤口；削减；切入 v. 切割；削减；
进行时:cutting 过去式:cut 过去分词:cut 第三人称单数:cuts 名词复数:cuts
- The verb cut means the act of slicing with a knife or another sharp edge, or the tear, hole, or wound it causes. It's surprising how much a paper cut can hurt.
- n. 伤口；削减；切入
- v. 切割；削减；
1. cut your hair/nails
2. to cut prices/taxes/spending/production
3. I cut them all a piece of cake.
4. She cut her finger on a piece of glass.
5. You need a powerful saw to cut through metal.
6. The bus was cut in two by the train.
7. They had to take a 20% cut in pay.