- past participle tense of - to cut ⇄ cut marathi
- past tense of - to cut ⇄ cut marathi
- आकृति ⇄ cut marathi
- कट ⇄ cut marathi
- कपात ⇄ cut marathi
- काट ⇄ cut marathi
- कापणे ⇄ cut marathi
- कापा ⇄ cut marathi
- कोरणे ⇄ cut marathi
- कोरलेले ⇄ cut marathi
- खंडीत ⇄ cut marathi
- खाच करणे ⇄ cut marathi
- खाच पाडणे ⇄ cut marathi
- घटवणे ⇄ cut marathi
- घाव ⇄ cut marathi
- चित्रकोरण ⇄ cut marathi
- चित्रठसा ⇄ cut marathi
- चित्रांतरण ⇄ cut marathi
- छाटणे ⇄ cut marathi
- छायाचित्र ⇄ cut marathi
- छेद ⇄ cut marathi
- छेदणे ⇄ cut marathi
- जखम ⇄ cut marathi
- झटपट दृश्यांतरण ⇄ cut marathi
- तात्काळ दृश्यांतरण ⇄ cut marathi
- तोडणे ⇄ cut marathi
- थांबवणे ⇄ cut marathi
- थांबा ⇄ cut marathi
- दांडी मारणे ⇄ cut marathi
- दृश्यांतरण ⇄ cut marathi
- फोडी करणे ⇄ cut marathi
- बुट्टी मारणे ⇄ cut marathi
- बुडवणे ⇄ cut marathi
- रेखाचित्र ⇄ cut marathi
- संक्षिप्त करणे ⇄ cut marathi
cut in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- (કિંમત ઇ.) ઘટાડવું ⇄ cut gujarati
- અણીદાર હથિયાર વડે કાપવું ⇄ cut gujarati
- આરપાર ભેદવું ⇄ cut gujarati
- ઇજા પહોંચાડ વી ⇄ cut gujarati
- ઉપાડવું ⇄ cut gujarati
- એકબીજાને છેદવું–છેદીને જવું ⇄ cut gujarati
- કાપવું ⇄ cut gujarati
- કાપીને અલગ કરવું ⇄ cut gujarati
- ટાળવું ⇄ cut gujarati
- પરિચય કે ઓળખાણનો અંત આણવો ⇄ cut gujarati
- ભાગ પાડવા ⇄ cut gujarati
- સરખું કરવું અથવા આકાર આપવો ⇄ cut gujarati
- હાજરીની ઉપેક્ષા કરવી ⇄ cut gujarati
cut in Hindi हिन्दी
- कटना ⇄ cut hindi
- कटाई ⇄ cut hindi
- कटाव ⇄ cut hindi
- कटौती ⇄ cut hindi
- कटौती करना ⇄ cut hindi
- कम करना ⇄ cut hindi
- कमी ⇄ cut hindi
- काटकर गिरा देना ⇄ cut hindi
- काटना ⇄ cut hindi
- कुतरना ⇄ cut hindi
- घाव ⇄ cut hindi
- घाव करना ⇄ cut hindi
- चोट ⇄ cut hindi
- छाँटना ⇄ cut hindi
- छांटना ⇄ cut hindi
- छेदना ⇄ cut hindi
- तराशना ⇄ cut hindi
- द्विभाजित करना ⇄ cut hindi
- प्रहार ⇄ cut hindi
- लंबे बाल काटना ⇄ cut hindi
cut in English
- cut ⇄ adj. 1. that has been cut.
Ex. a cut pie, cut cloth, a cut finger.
2. shaped, formed, or ornamented by cutting.
3. (Figurative.) reduced; lessened.
Ex. cut prices.
4. (Figurative.) abridged; edited.
Ex. a cut versioenglish
- cut ⇄ cut (1), verb,cut,cutting,adjective, noun. english
- cut ⇄ cut (2), noun.
one of several pieces of straw, wood, or paper, used in drawing lots.
Ex. He drew the shortest cut.english
- cut ⇄ expr. a cut above, (Informal.) superior to (another or others).
Ex. Wade ... saw himself a cut above the others in toughness and cunning (London Times).english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut a caper. See under caper. english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut across,
a. to go straight across or through.
Ex. He cut across the field to save time.
b. to disregard.
Ex. When he voted, he cut across party lines.english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut and dried. See cut-and-dried. english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut and run,
a. (Informal.) to make off quickly; hurry off.
Ex. I'd give a shilling if they had cut and run (Dickens).
b. (Nautical.) to cut the anchor cable and make sail instantly.
Ex. Greek and Turkish craft ... were obenglish
- cut ⇄ expr. cut back,
a. to reduce or curtail.
Ex. The companies had to cut back production because orders fell off.
b. to go in a different direction suddenly (in football, hockey, and other field games).
Ex. On signal, the right guaenglish
- cut ⇄ expr. cut down on, to lessen or slow down; reduce.
Ex. This is no time to cut down on the drive against crime (Manchester Guardian Weekly).english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut down to size. See under size (1). english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut down,
a. to cause to fall by cutting.
Ex. to cut down a tree.
b. (Figurative.) to reduce; decrease.
Ex. to cut down one's allowance. Did the author correct the proofs? And, if so, did he in the process cut down ... theenglish
- cut ⇄ expr. cut ice. See under ice. english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut in,
a. to break in; interrupt.
Ex. She cut in with a remark while I was talking.
b. to interrupt a dancing couple to take the place of one of them.
Ex. Nobody else has got a right to cut in and dance with you more thanenglish
- cut ⇄ expr. cut it fine. See under fine (1). english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut it out, (Slang.) stop it; don't do that.
Ex. I began to cry ... ""Hey, cut it out, honey,"" he said, embarrassed (Atlantic).english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut loose,
a. to separate from anything; break a connection or relation.
Ex. At a congress in ... 1912, the Bolsheviks finally cut loose from the Mensheviks and became ... an independent party (Edmund Wilson).
b. to run away; frenglish
- cut ⇄ expr. cut no ice. See under ice. english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut of one's jib, (Informal.) one's outward appearance.
Ex. Elizabeth likes the cut of Raleigh's jib--and his beard too (Time).english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut off,
a. to remove by cutting.
Ex. Cut off that branch.
b. to shut off.
Ex. to cut off the water.
c. to stop suddenly.
Ex. to cut off all hope of success.
d. to break; interrupt.
Ex. to cut offenglish
- cut ⇄ expr. cut one's teeth. See under teeth. english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut out,
a. to remove by cutting.
Ex. to cut out a cyst. He cut out the picture from a newspaper.
b. to take out; leave out.
Ex. Why did you cut out this part of the play?
c. to take the place of; get the better of.english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut short, to end suddenly; interrupt.
Ex. Sickness threatened to cut short his vacation. An exclamation ... cut the lawyer short (Dickens).english
- cut ⇄ expr. cut up,
a. to cut to pieces.
Ex. Every lady ... was instructed how to cut up a turkey (Illustrated London News). (Figurative.) They will very soon cut up and destroy all we have in this country (John H. Burton). (Figurative.) Wilson'senglish
- cut ⇄ noun 1. an opening made by cutting, especially a wound; gash.
Ex. He put a bandage on his leg to cover the cut.
2. a passage or channel made by cutting or digging.
Ex. a cut for a road. The biggest job [in building the Panama Canal] waenglish
- cut ⇄ v.i. 1a. to make a cut, opening, or channel with or as if with a sharp instrument.
Ex. You did not cut deep enough. After laying out the pattern, she was ready to cut.
b. to perform the functions of, or be like, a sharp instrument.
- cut ⇄ v.t. 1. to divide, separate, open, or remove with a knife or any tool that has a sharp edge; sever.
Ex. to cut a string, to cut wheat, to cut timber into logs. The butcher cut the meat with a knife. We cut a branch from the tree.
2. to piercenglish