cutting definition

  • adjective:
    • with the capacity of or created for incising, shearing, or severing: a cutting device.
    • Sharply penetrating; piercing: a cutting wind.
    • Injuring or capable of hurting the thoughts of other people: a cutting remark. See Synonyms at incisive.
    • That is used for cutting.
    • Of remarks, criticism, etc., potentially hurtful.
    • adjusted to cut.
    • Chilling; acute; sharp.
    • Severe; sarcastic; biting.
    • with the capacity of or designed for incising, shearing, or severing: a cutting device.
    • Sharply penetrating; piercing: a cutting wind.
    • Injuring or effective at injuring the emotions of other people: a cutting remark. See Synonyms at incisive.
    • That is used for cutting.
    • Of remarks, criticism, etc., potentially hurtful.
    • painful as though due to a-sharp tool
    • adjusted to reduce.
    • Chilling; penetrating; razor-sharp.
    • serious; sarcastic; biting.
    • unpleasantly cold and wet
    • (of message) harsh or hurtful in tone or personality
    • painful as though brought on by a sharp instrument
    • unpleasantly cool and wet
    • (of message) harsh or upsetting in tone or personality
  • noun:
    • A part stop from a primary body.
    • a component, such as a stem, leaf, or root, removed from a plant to propagate a plant, as through rooting or grafting.
    • An excavation made through large surface in a construction project.
    • The modifying of movie or recording tape.
    • Chiefly British A clipping, since from a newspaper.
    • The action of verb to cut.
    • A section taken from the bigger entire.
    • A newspaper clipping.
    • A leaf, stem, part, or root removed from a plant and cultivated to grow a plant.
    • An abridged variety of penned work, usually meant for performance.
    • The modifying of film or any other recordings.
    • Self-harm; the work of cutting an individual's very own skin.
    • A narrow passage, dug for a road, railway or canal to undergo.
    • The work or process of making a cut, or of severing, felling, shaping, etc.
    • One thing cut, cut off, or cut right out, as a twig or scion take off from a stock for the purpose of grafting or of rooting as an independent plant; one thing cut-out of a newspaper; an excavation cut through a hill or somewhere else to make a means for a railroad, canal, etc.; a cut.
    • an item take off; a slip; a slice; a clipping.
    • A section; a thin piece used for microscopical purposes.
    • A slip cut from a newspaper or other printing containing a paragraph or an article which desires to use or protect.
    • part take off from a principal body.
    • part, such as for instance a stem, leaf, or root, removed from a plant to propagate a plant, as through rooting or grafting.
    • An excavation made through a hill or increasing floor, in building a road, railroad, channel, etc.: the exact opposite of a filling.
    • An excavation made through large ground in a construction task.
    • The action of a horse when he strikes the internal and lower area of the fetlock-joint utilizing the reverse hoof whilst travelling.
    • The editing of movie or recording tape.
    • A caper; a curvet.
    • Chiefly British A clipping, as from a newspaper.
    • In coal-mining, work carried out in mining or getting coal so that it are separated.
    • plural The refuse obtained through the sieve of a hutch.
    • The action of the verb to reduce.
    • plural Bruised groats, or oats ready for gruel, porridge, etc.
    • A section removed from the bigger whole.
    • look at extract.
    • A newspaper clipping.
    • an activity in bookbinding. After gluing, rounding, and backing, the edges tend to be cut-in a unique machine. Cutting is just one of the secondary procedures within the general term forwarding. See forwarding, n., 2.
    • An area where the whole stand happens to be cut.
    • A leaf, stem, branch, or root taken off a plant and cultivated to develop a plant.
    • An abridged choice of written work, often meant for performance.
    • the act of acute or opening open with a sharp edge
    • The modifying of movie or other recordings.
    • the act of reducing some thing by chopping from the finishes
    • Self-harm; the act of cutting a person's very own skin.
    • the activity of selecting the views to be shown and putting them collectively to generate a film
    • A narrow passage, dug for a road, railway or canal to go through.
    • the unit of a deck of cards before working
    • the act of cutting some thing into parts
    • the work of diluting anything
    • The act or means of making an incision, or of severing, felling, shaping, etc.
    • some thing slice, cut off, or cut-out, as a twig or scion cut off from a stock for the true purpose of grafting or of rooting as an independent plant; anything cut out of a newspaper; an excavation cut-through a hill or elsewhere which will make a way for a railroad, canal, etc.; a cut.
    • an excerpt slice from a newspaper or mag
    • removing parts from hard material generate a desired design or shape
    • part (occasionally a-root or leaf or bud) taken from a plant to propagate a new plant through rooting or grafting
    • a bit take off through the primary part of one thing
    • A piece stop; a slip; a slice; a clipping.
    • A section; a thin slice employed for microscopical functions.
    • A slip slice from a newspaper or other printing containing a paragraph or a write-up what type wants to make use of or preserve.
    • An excavation made through a hill or rising ground, in making a road, railway, channel, etc.: the alternative of a filling.
    • The action of a horse as he hits the inner and lower the main fetlock-joint with all the opposing hoof while traveling.
    • A caper; a curvet.
    • In coal-mining, work carried out in mining or getting coal so that it may be broken-down.
    • plural The refuse obtained from sieve of a hutch.
    • plural Bruised groats, or oats prepared for gruel, porridge, etc.
    • look at plant.
    • A process in bookbinding. After gluing, rounding, and backing, the sides are cut in a particular device. Cutting is just one of the additional processes contained in the basic term forwarding. See forwarding, n., 2.
    • a location upon which the whole stand is slashed.
    • the act of penetrating or starting open with a-sharp edge
    • the work of reducing anything by chopping off the finishes
    • the experience of picking the scenes is shown and putting all of them together to produce a film
    • the unit of a deck of cards before dealing
    • the work of cutting something into parts
    • the work of diluting one thing
    • an excerpt slice from a newspaper or magazine
    • eliminating components from hard material generate a desired pattern or shape
    • part (sometimes a root or leaf or bud) taken out of a plant to propagate a plant through rooting or grafting
    • an item take off from the main element of some thing
  • verb:
    • Present participle of cut.
    • Present participle of cut.
  • others:
    • Penetrating or dividing by a cut, since an edged device; providing to penetrate or divide; razor-sharp.
    • 2. Wounding or profoundly affecting the thoughts, just like discomfort, shame, etc.; satirical; extreme: put on people or things: as, he was extremely cutting; a cutting remark.
    • Thieving; swaggering; intimidation.
    • Penetrating or dividing by a cut, by an edged device; providing to enter or divide; razor-sharp.
    • 2. Wounding or deeply affecting the feelings, as with pain, shame, etc.; satirical; severe: applied to persons or things: as, he was very cutting; a cutting remark.
    • Thieving; swaggering; intimidation.

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