- 削减， 减少
- 式样， 款式
- vt. & vi. 切,剪,割,削,砍 make an opening, slit or wound in (sth) with a sharp instrument
- vt. 削减 reduce by removing a part of it
- vt. 挖成; 刻成 make or form sth by removing material with a cutting tool
- vt. 与…相交 cross
- vt. 使(某人)感到疼痛或痛苦 cause physical or mental pain to (sb)
- vt. 缺席; 停止 be absent; stop
- vt. & vi. 切牌 lift and turn up part of a pack of playing-card
- [C]切,割,砍; 用刀等割的破口 act of cutting; opening made by a knife, etc.
- [C]减少,降低; 删减 reduction in size, amount , length, etc.
- [U]裁剪样式 the style in which a garment is cut
- [C]伤感情的话或行为 remark, etc. that hurts a person's feelings
a share of the profits;
"everyone got a cut of the earnings"
(film) an immediate transition from one shot to the next;
"the cut from the accident scene to the hospital seemed too abrupt"
a trench resembling a furrow that was made by erosion or excavation
a step on some scale;
"he is a cut above the rest"
a wound made by cutting;
"he put a bandage over the cut"
a piece of meat that has been cut from an animal carcass
a remark capable of wounding mentally;
"the unkindest cut of all"
a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc;
"he played the first cut on the cd"
"the title track of the album"
the omission that is made when an editorial change shortens a written passage;
"an editor's deletions frequently upset young authors"
"both parties agreed on the excision of the proposed clause"
the style in which a garment is cut;
"a dress of traditional cut"
a canal made by erosion or excavation
a refusal to recognize someone you know;
"the snub was clearly intentional"
in baseball; a batter's attempt to hit a pitched ball;
"he took a vicious cut at the ball"
(sports) a stroke that puts reverse spin on the ball;
"cuts do not bother a good tennis player"
the division of a deck of cards before dealing;
"he insisted that we give him the last cut before every deal"
"the cutting of the cards soon became a ritual"
the act of penetrating or opening open with a sharp edge;
"his cut in the lining revealed the hidden jewels"
the act of cutting something into parts;
"his cuts were skillful"
"his cutting of the cake made a terrible mess"
the act of shortening something by chopping off the ends;
"the barber gave him a good cut"
the act of reducing the amount or number;
"the mayor proposed extensive cuts in the city budget"
an unexcused absence from class;
"he was punished for taking too many cuts in his math class"
separated into parts or laid open or penetrated with a sharp edge or instrument;
"the cut surface was mottled"
"blood from his cut forehead"
"bandages on her cut wrists"
fashioned or shaped by cutting;
"a well-cut suit"
with parts removed;
"the drastically cut film"
made neat and tidy by trimming;
"his neatly trimmed hair"
(used of grass or vegetation) cut down with a hand implement or machine;
"the smell of newly mown hay"
(of pages of a book) having the folds of the leaves trimmed or slit;
"the cut pages of the book"
(of a male animal) having the testicles removed;
"a cut horse"
(used of rates or prices) reduced usually sharply;
"the slashed prices attracted buyers"
mixed with water;
"sold cut whiskey"
"a cup of thinned soup"
separate with or as if with an instrument;
"Cut the rope"
cut down on; make a reduction in;
"reduce your daily fat intake"
"The employer wants to cut back health benefits"
turn sharply; change direction abruptly;
"The car cut to the left at the intersection"
"The motorbike veered to the right"
make an incision or separation;
"cut along the dotted line"
discharge from a group;
"The coach cut two players from the team"
form by probing, penetrating, or digging;
"cut a hole"
"The sweat cut little rivulets into her face"
style and tailor in a certain fashion;
"cut a dress"
hit (a ball) with a spin so that it turns in the opposite direction;
"cut a Ping-Pong ball"
make out and issue;
"write out a check"
"cut a ticket"
"Please make the check out to me"
cut and assemble the components of;
"cut recording tape"
intentionally fail to attend;
be able to manage or manage successfully;
"I can't hack it anymore"
"she could not cut the long days in the office"
give the appearance or impression of;
"cut a nice figure"
move (one's fist);
"his opponent cut upward toward his chin"
pass directly and often in haste;
"We cut through the neighbor's yard to get home sooner"
pass through or across;
"The boat cut the water"
make an abrupt change of image or sound;
"cut from one scene to another"
"cut a movie scene"
make a recording of;
"cut the songs"
"She cut all of her major titles again"
record a performance on (a medium);
"cut a record"
create by duplicating data;
"cut a disk"
"burn a CD"
form or shape by cutting or incising;
"cut paper dolls"
perform or carry out;
"cut a caper"
function as a cutting instrument;
"This knife cuts well"
allow incision or separation;
"This bread cuts easily"
divide a deck of cards at random into two parts to make selection difficult;
"She cut the deck for a long time"
cause to stop operating by disengaging a switch;
"Turn off the stereo, please"
"cut the engine"
"turn out the lights"
reap or harvest;
fell by sawing; hew;
"The Vietnamese cut a lot of timber while they occupied Cambodia"
"The glass from the shattered windshield cut into her forehead"
refuse to acknowledge;
"She cut him dead at the meeting"
shorten as if by severing the edges or ends of;
"cut my hair"
weed out unwanted or unnecessary things;
"We had to lose weight, so we cut the sugar from our diet"
dissolve by breaking down the fat of;
"soap cuts grease"
have a reducing effect;
"This cuts into my earnings"
"cut the noise"
"We had to cut short the conversation"
reduce in scope while retaining essential elements;
"The manuscript must be shortened"
lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture;
have grow through the gums;
"The baby cut a tooth"
grow through the gums;
"The new tooth is cutting"
cut off the testicles (of male animals such as horses);
"the vet gelded the young horse"
- This knife is not sharp enough to cut the steak.
- Don't cut your finger on the broken glass.
- Face round, please, so that I can cut your hair at the back.
- Please cut out the expense in order to save the money.
- His cruel remarks cut me deeply.
- He insisted that we give him the last cut before every deal.
- The fate of the game will be decided in the final cut of the cards.
- His cheek was badly scarred by a knife cut.
- He had a finger cut off by a machine while working.
- I don't like the cut of his new suit.
- Before this play is broadcast several cuts must be made.
- The scissors cut well.
- The knife didn't cut deep enough.
- The raging wind cuts like a knife.
- The tailor cuts with her left hand.
- A freshly baked cake doesn't cut easily.
- This cloth is too narrow to cut well.
- Words cut more than swords.
- Let's cut for dealer.
- The meat cuts very tender.
- The alloy cuts tough.
- We need a lawn mower to cut the grass.
- She cut a cake with a knife.
- Don't cut your finger.
- He cut his face while shaving.
- The mayor came to cut the ribbon for the exhibition in person.
- She cut a hole in the cloth.
- We cut the supply lines of the enemies.
- We mustn't cut the cost of education.
- Our factory has been cutting production costs.
- The boss cut workers' wages at will.
- She cut her name in the table.
- The path cuts the meadow diagonally.
- What she said cut me terribly.
- His cruel remark cut me deeply.
- They were cutting cards.
- Has the wheat been cut yet?
- The telephone wires were cut.
- The coat was well cut and well made.
- Your salary was cut since you were absent several times.
- As a result the cost of production was cut by 35% percent.
- The article is too long; it has to be cut.
- We mustn't cut the feet to fit the shoes.
- Cut yourself some pineapple.
- I cut you a piece of meat.
- Ade cut a slice of bread for me.
- Please cut some ham for her.
- The guard cuts one boot open.
- The sharp stone cut his head open.
- The barber had cut your hair very short.
- We'll cut the lawn close.
- Cut the boat loose, we're ready to sail.
- Cut the poor dog loose quickly, his neck is caught in the rope.
- He cuts open the door of the safe.
- The teacher told me to cut short the sentence that seemed too long.
- Which string are you going to cut short?
- Go and get your hair cut.
- How did you get that cut in your hand?
- He made a cut at his enemy with a sword.
- She has got a slight cut on the finger with a knife.
- The cut on his leg had not yet completely healed.
- This is a good lean cut of beef.
- She ate three cuts of bread.
- A leg of lamb is a tasty cut of meat.
- They would have to accept a cut in salary.
- Big cuts have been made in the prices of medicine.
- The editor made several cuts in the manuscript.
- I don't like the cut of his new suit.
- He has a coat of good cut.
- What a fine cut your dress has!
- That was a cut at me.
- That's a cut above me.
- She is several cuts above me in education.
- Her pies are a cut above any others I've tasted.
- Don't always think you are a cut below others.
- cut across (v.+prep.)
把…包括在影响范围之内 include within the scope of effect or significance
- cut along (v.+adv.)
快走 go quickly
Cut along and ask him if he needs our help.
Cut along to your mother's, will you?And take her this basket of food.
- cut at (v.+prep.)
在…相交 intersect at
cut at sb/sth
The soldier cut at the enemy with his sword.
The farmer cut at the snake with a stick.
He cut desperately at the rope in an attempt to free his foot.
他拼命砍绳子,试图把自己的脚解脱开。cut at sth
The two lines cut at point B.
这两条线在B点上相交。cut sth at sth
The line CD cuts the line AB at the point E.CD
One line cuts another at a right angle.
- cut away (v.+adv.)
迅速离开 go away quickly
cut sth ⇔ away
We cut away the dead branches from the trees.
He cut away the material which he didn't need.
The girl cut away most of the excess fat.
The surgeon cut away all the diseased tissue.
The front of the coat was cut away to show the colours underneath.
The working model was cut away to show the inside of the building.
模型被去掉一部分以显露出楼房的内部。cut sth ⇔ away
The collar was cut away according to the fashion.
He threw his gun and cut away.
Cut away, children!The motorcade is starting.
- cut back (v.+adv.)
追述,倒叙 return to a previous scene ( usually in a novel or a moving picture)
cut sth ⇔ back
The gardener cut back all the bushes.
He cut back the shoots of the apple tree.
He decided to cut the plants back, in order to improve their growth later in the season.
The tailor cut the cloth back.
The Americans cut back the word “catalogue” and it became “catalog”.
This kind of word has been cut back to save space.
这类词被缩短了,以便节省篇幅。cut sth ⇔ back
They're cutting back train services and postal deliveries.
After the big job was finished, the builder cut back the number of men looking for him.
We must cut back our expenses.
Owing to the unfavourable political climate, his investment in the country has been cut back by thirty percent.
由于不利的政治气候,他在那个国家的投资减少了30%。cut back on sth
We must cut back on expenditure in order to remain solvent.
They had to cut back on production during the power cuts.
The football player pretended to run forward, then cut back and took the ball the other way.
We cut back into the pine wood and hid there till it was dark.
我们急忙返回松林躲起来直到天黑。cut back to sth
The script cuts back to the old hero's childhood.
The film cut back to the earlier scene so that we understood her reasons.
- cut down (v.+adv.)
砍〔杀〕死,伤害 kill; injure
cut sth ⇔ down
It was difficult to cut the tree down with a knife.
He who cuts down any trees here is to be punished.
Some naughty boys cut down the flag staff.
She cut the grass down.
The trees were cut down to make way for a new road.
为了修一条新路,那些树木被砍掉了。cut sth ⇔ down
My sister cut father's coat down to fit me.
She is cutting down her dress for her younger sister.
The clothes were cut down many times by the mother to fit the younger ones.
这件衣服被母亲改小了好几次,以适合排行小的孩子穿。cut sth ⇔ down
He ought to cut down the volume of work.
She is trying to cut down her weight.
We were for cutting down the cost of production.
We might cut the book down to a little over a hundred pages.
The factory's production has been cut down.
Your article will have to be cut down.
你的文章得删掉一部分。cut down on sth/v-ing
You must cut down on sugar to lose weight.
I must cut down on my expenses somehow.
The doctor advised him to cut down on drinking.
You're a chain-smoker now. I'm afraid you'll have to cut down on smoking.
你现在抽烟已经一支不离一支了,恐怕得少抽一点才好。cut sb/sth ⇔ down
He was so eloquent that he cut down the finest orator.
Your arguments are too easy to be cut down.
你的论点一驳即倒。cut sb ⇔ down
He cut down some enemies.
In the old society hunger, cold and illness cut down many of the villagers.
He cut down the snake.
The soldier was cut down in his youth.
My brother was cut down in the prime of life by pneumonia.
He was cut down in the prime of his manhood in a car accident.
- cut in1 (v.+adv.)
允许加入 allow sb to join
Don't cut in.
He always cuts in when others people are talking.
We were discussing the current situation when a fat boy entered the room without knocking and cut in.
I was enjoying the dance until that rude man cut in.
While we watching TV, an announcer cut in to tell us a piece of the latest news.
I'm sorry, but I must cut in and remind you that you're quoting the wrong statistics.
对不起,我得打断一下,我必须提醒你,你所引用的统计数字错了。cut in on sth
He cut in on our conversation.
“May I join you?”a loud voice cut in.
“我可以加入你们吗?”一个大嗓门插了一句。“It was here,”she cut in,“that I first met him.”她插嘴说:“我初次和他见面就是在这儿。”cut in
The teacher beside the lunch line saw Imes cut in, and she sent him back to wait his turn.
Suddenly a car cut in.
Accidents are often caused by drivers who try to cut in.
司机超车抢行常常造成意外事故。cut in on sb/sth
A car passed Cage and cut in on her too close; she had to break quickly or she would have hit it.
He was stopped when he tried to cut in on the queue.
他试图超车的时候被人拦住了。cut in on sth
I think I ought to cut in on what they are doing.
我想我应该对他们所做的事情进行干预。cut sb in
If you contribute ￡1000, we'll cut you in.
When my friends got a big contract, they cut me in.
Can you cut me in?
I would like to be cut in on this project.
- cut in2 (v.+prep.)
把…切成(几块) divide sth into parts
cut sth in sth
Cut the cake in six and share it equally.
The car was cut in half in the crash.
- cut into (v.+prep.)
使降低 cause to fall or drop
cut into sth
The knife easily cut into the cake.
The glass cut into her hand.
玻璃扎进了她的手。cut sth into sth
She cut the apple into halves.
The ship was cut into several pieces in the accident.
在这次事故中,轮船被撞成了几段。cut into sth
Don't cut into the story.
She cut into our conversation several times.
My aunt's regular visits cut into my weekends.
我姑母的经常来访干扰我度周末。cut sth into sth
The artisan can cut stones into various shapes.
这工匠能把石头雕成各种形状。cut into sth
The union made the company pay higher wages, which cut into the profits.
The other house got old and shabby, and that cut into the value.
- cut off1 (v.+adv.)
不留遗产 give nothing at death; leave out of a will
cut sth ⇔ off
He cut off some branches from the tree.
Kehr cut off some flowers from the bush.
He cut the top off.
She cut off four metres of cloth from the roll.
She is going to cut off her long hair.
He cut off a small piece of bread and gave it to me.
The rebels cut off the heads of their captives.
The man's leg has been cut off.
那个人的腿给锯掉了。cut sb/sth ⇔ off
The floods cut us off from our homes.
Our troops cut off the enemy's retreat.
They cut off the gas supply.
They again threatened to cut off aid to this nation.
The operator cut him off before he had a chance to talk to me.
Our water supply has been cut off again.
The water was cut off for two hours yesterday.
We were cut off by the tide and had to be rescued by boat.
The enemy soldiers were cut off from their regiment.
Our telephone conversation was cut off.
Cut off now before the shop closes.
He cut off down a side street.
他从一条侧道跑掉。cut sb ⇔ off
Disease cut Brooks off in the best part of life.
A sudden attack of typhoid cut him off in the prime of his life.
He was cut off when he was still young.
他死时年岁不大。cut sb ⇔ off
Mary married a man her father hated, and her father cut her off.
Jim's uncle cut him off without a penny.
- cut off2 (v.+prep.)
把…从…剪〔切〕下 remove sth from sth by cutting
cut sth off sth
The cook cut the meat off a bone.
- cut out (v.+adv.)
适合于,天生是干…的 be fit for; have a natural ability for
cut sth ⇔ out
He cut out the picture from the newspaper.
May I cut out the article about my performance?
The doctor cut out his tonsils.
Pictures from these magazines can be cut out, and used as teaching aids.
这些杂志上的图片可以剪下来用作教学辅助材料。cut sth ⇔ out
She cut out a new dress.
The tailor carefully examined the cloth before starting to cut out the garment.
They cut out a path through the jungle.
The radio cut out.
The engine slowed down and finally cut out.
When the temperature of the room reaches 20 degrees the convector heater cuts out.
当房间的温度达到20度时,加热器就自动关掉了。cut sb/sth ⇔ out
In view of the feeble health of the member, the delegation cut him out.
If I cut out coffee for the next two weeks I could manage well enough.
If you want to get thin, you must cut out starch.
The doctor said I must cut overwork right out.
Now just cut it out, you two!
Why don't you cut out all this nonsense?
Sweets should be cut out of diabetics diet.
糖尿病人不应该吃糖。cut out v-ing
He has decided to cut out smoking and drinking.
Let's cut out talking and get back to work.
It's high time you cut out going to bed so late.
你早就不该这么晚睡觉了。cut sth ⇔ out
You'd better cut out the last two paragraphs of your article.
Before we get the book printed, you'll have to cut out the second part.
You can cut out what you like.
By practising thrift we can cut out a great deal of unnecessary expenditure.
通过节约我们可以省去大量不必要的开支。cut sb ⇔ out
With her speed and agility, Cage cut out all her competitors in the hurdle race.
The others were not well pleased when they found they were cut out by this new-comer.
当其他人发现自己被新来的人所取而代之的时候,他们着实不高兴。cut sb ⇔ out for/to be
He is cut out for a football player.
She is not cut out for such a hard life.
I'm sure he would make a good journalist; he seems to be cut out for the job.
We soon realized that she was cut out to be a teacher.
- cut through (v.+prep.)
穿过,挤进 cross; crowd into
cut through sth
I came by cutting through the lane.
The boys next door cut through our yard on their way to school.
They cut through the forest to get home.
The canal had to be cut through his land.
He cut through the crowd.
- cut to (v.+prep.)
触及痛处,伤感情 hurt sb's feelings deeply
cut sth to sth
You'd better cut your report to five pages.
Let's try to make the best use of our resources and cut the production costs to the bone.
The dense smoke cut visibility to inches.
The college course was then cut to three years.
The speed limit was cut to 45 miles per hour.
When father lost his job, our living expenses had to be cut to the bone.
当父亲失业后,我们的花费不得不降低到最低程度。cut sb to sth
The enemy troops were cut to pieces.
敌军被击溃。cut sb to sth
Your reproach cuts me to the heart.
His ingratitude cut her to the heart.
The remark cut her to the quick and she gave way to tears.
- cut up (v.+adv.)
(对…)表示恼火 be angry (about sth)
cut sth ⇔ up
This piece of material may be cut up to make a pair of trousers.
这段布料可以裁一条裤子。cut up into sth
That piece of cloth will cut up into a jacket.
那块布料可以裁成一件夹克。cut sth ⇔ up
My mother cut some meat up and cooked some meatballs for us.
Let's cut up the chicken and make some soup.
She cut the cake up and gave everybody a slice.
He cut down the tree and cut it up for firewood.
She always cuts up her food before she eats it.
她总是把食物先切成小块再吃。cut sb/sth ⇔ up
The enemy aircraft cut up the entire village.
The heavy truck cut up the new lawn.
Her younger brother was cut up by a robber last week.
All the passengers of the two cars were badly cut up in the smash.
The enemy are being cut up in the battle.
His hand was cut up in the accident.
The city was cut up in last night's bombing.
Don't think I'm only cutting up.
He often cut up in public.
At the party Mike and Jimmy were cutting up and broke a chair.
Children are fond of cutting up whenever they have a good opportunity.
孩子们一有机会就喜欢闹着玩。cut sth ⇔ up
Her performance was cut up in the next day's newspaper.
The film was severely cut up by many reviewers.
这部电影受到许多评论者的严厉批评。cut sb ⇔ up
This news had cut him up.
His son's death cut him up badly.
He was badly cut up when his girlfriend gave him back his ring.
She seemed very cut up by her troubles.
She was cut up about her failure in the concert.
音乐会上的失败使她感到痛苦不堪。cut up rough (about)
If their requests continue to be ignored, they are liable to start cutting up rough.
It's no use anyone cutting up rough about it.
- give the cut direct
故意不理睬(某人) pay no attention to (sb) purposely
give sb the cut direct
When I met her in the party and walked to her, she turned around and gave me the cut direct.
- short cut
近路,捷径 a way across that shortens the distance
- cut a cake 切蛋糕
- cut an apple 切苹果
- cut firewood 砍柴
- cut meat 切肉
- cut one's hair 理发
- cut trees 砍树
- cut cost 削减成本
- cut expense 削减费用
- cut prices 减价
- cut report 缩短报告
- cut salary 减少工资
- cut time 减少时间
- cut wages 减少工资
- cut a canal 挖水渠
- cut a hole 挖洞
- cut a tunnel 开凿隧道
- cut coal 挖煤
- cut line 相交
- cut classes 旷课
- cut school 逃学
- cut the gun 制止发动机发动
- cut a caper 手足舞蹈
- cut a dash 卖弄,炫耀自己
- cut a fat hog 虚摆架子,虚张声势
- cut a joke 说笑
- cut loose 摆脱,狂欢
- cut a loss 相机撒手
- cut a tooth 长牙齿,长见识
- cut both ways 抱骑墙态度
- cut no ice 不起作用
- cut better 更容易切
- cut deep 切得很深
- cut well 切得很好
- cut completely 完全地切开
- cut cruelly 粗鲁地割开
- cut deeply 深深地切开
- cut deliberately 故意切开
- cut diagonally 从对角线处切开
- cut effectively 有效地削减
- cut exquisitely 精美地切开
- cut generously 以通常方式切开
- cut heartlessly 无情地割开
- cut keenly 渴望分开
- cut obliquely 斜着剪
- cut summarily 当场切开
- cut violently 以暴力方式切开
- cut about 乱切
- cut away 砍掉,逃走
- cut back 削减,迅速返回,追述
- cut back production 缩小生产规模
- cut down expenses 削减开支
- cut down the tree 把树砍倒
- cut in 插嘴,拦截,超车,干预,允许加入
- cut off 截断
- cut off from 遮拦
- cut out 裁剪(衣服),击败,切掉,删去
- cut out a coat 裁剪一件上衣
- cut up 切碎,抨击
- cut according to 根据…切
- cut across 抄近路穿过,遮〔打〕断
- cut after 追赶
- cut against (被…)碰伤
- cut at 向…猛击,破坏
- cut at the rope 割绳子
- cut from 从…切下
- cut into 切开
- cut into a conversation 插嘴
- cut into cubes 切成方块
- cut into shreds 切成条〔块〕
- cut into slices 切成片
- cut on 根据…裁剪,刻在…上
- cut out of 从…上剪下
- cut through 穿过
- cut to 将…减少到,彻底打败,触及痛处
- cut to piece 被击溃
- cut to the bone 刺骨
- cut to the heart 伤透了心
- cut to the left 向左急转
- cut with 用…切
- accept a cut in salary 同意减少薪水
- announce a price cut 宣布减价
- bandage cut 包扎伤口
- bathe cut 清洗伤口
- bleed cut 给伤口放血
- cleave cut 割开伤口
- disinfect cut 给伤口消毒
- draw cuts 抽签
- dress cut 敷裹伤口
- incise cut 割伤
- inflict cut 划口子
- like cuts 喜欢衣服的样式
- make cut 划口子,删节,下降
- open cut 切开伤口
- receive cut 被砍伤
- salve cut 敷油膏于伤口
- sew cut 缝合伤口
- stitch cut 缝合伤口
- suffer cut 遭受伤口之疼痛
- take a cut in salary 同意减少薪水
- treat cut 医治伤口
- delicate cut 很小的伤口
- fashionable cut 时兴的裁剪式样
- fearful cut 吓人的伤口
- first cut 粗纹
- inelegant cut 粗糙的裁剪
- Irish cut 捷径
- long cut 很长的伤口
- nasty cut 令人厌恶的伤疤
- ragged cut 外形不整的伤口
- sharp cut 深深的伤口
- short cut 捷径
- sincere cut 真的删减
- slight cut 小伤口
- smooth cut 光滑的切面
- substantial cut 重大的删减
- vertical cut 垂直的切口
- appropriation cut 拨款的削减
- budget cut 预算削减
- drop cut 垂直烧割
- electric power cut 停电
- hair cut 理发
- machine cut 机械切割
- paper cut 剪纸
- pay cuts 工资的减少
- personnel cut 人员裁减
- price cut 削价
- ration cuts 定量的减少
- saw cut 锯痕
- signal cut 信号切断
- tax cut 减税
- wave cut 波(浪)蚀
- wood cut 木刻
- zero angle cut 零度截断法
- cut angle 交角
- cut bay 桥的跨度
- cut cable 电缆端
- cut drill 铣制钻头
- cut film 薄膜,切片
- cut glass 雕花玻璃
- cut house (石油加工厂的)分类专业小组
- cut lengths 定尺长度
- cut metre 切削速度计
- cut nail 切钉
- cut number 镜头号码
- cut payment 扣款
- cut point 分镏点,割点
- cut purse 小偷,扒手
- cut researching method 逐段检验法
- cut slope 路堑边坡
- cut stone 琢石
- cut throat 谋杀者
Mary spun nine cuts a day.出自： M. Edgeworth
Recipes for the cheaper cuts of meat.出自： E. David
Extensive pot plant and cut flower nurseries.出自：Farmers Weekly
The edge of the pipe cut his mouth, which bled.出自： N. Mosley
Tormenting thought! it cuts into my soul.出自： fig.
- cut既可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时,可接简单宾语,也可接双宾语,其间接宾语可以转化为介词for的宾语,还可接由形容词充当补足语的复合宾语; 用作不及物动词时,主语通常为无生命的东西,其主动形式常含有被动意义。注意接复合宾语时,如果宾语较长或包含有疑问词或关系代〔副〕词时,常置于用作补足语的形容词之后。
- cut down by, cut down to
- 短语cut down后可接介词by,也可接介词to,两者表达的意思完全不同:用by表示某物“减少”的数量; 用to表示某物“降低到”某一数量。试比较:
- I managed to cut him down by 30 pounds.
- I managed to cut him down to 30 pounds.
- cut, carve, chop, hew, slash, slit
- cut表示“切,割,砍”,泛指用带刃的工具去切、割、砍等,常带有副词,说明切、割、砍的方式或目的; hew 表示“砍,劈”,指挥起刀斧等较重的工具用力砍,被砍的东西往往较大、较重且难以处理,也指将东西凿成需要的样子; chop表示“砍,斩”,指迅速有力地劈开,或用连续的动作将东西砍碎、砍断; carve表示“切,刻”,指用专门的工具刻东西,或用快刀在桌上切肉成片; slit表示“切,割”,多指纵长的切割,侧重切开或割裂; slash表示“砍,斩”,指纵长挥砍,口子又长又深。例如:
- He hewed down an oak.他砍倒一棵橡树。
- They hewed a canoe out of a tree trunk.他们把一根树干劈成一条独木舟。
- He's chopping the firewood.他正在劈柴。
- He carved the wood into the shape of a bird.他把木头雕成一只鸟。
- They slit his throat.他们切开他的喉咙。
- She slit the envelope open with a knife.她用刀把信封裁开。
- Some vandals had slashed the seat covers on the train.一些破坏公物的人把火车上的坐垫给划破了。
- cut in, cut on
- 表示“刀伤”, cut后接in或on均可。但较浅的伤口多用on，较深的伤口则用in。试比较:
- There is a cut in his finger.
- The cuts on her arm were being treated.
- hurt为普通用语，既可指肉体上的伤害（可被badly, slightly, seriously等修饰），也可指精神上、感情上的伤害（被very much／rather／deeply修饰），多指伤痛。
误 She cut the cake in halves.
正 She cut the cake in half.
正 She cut the cake into halves.
析 “把…切成两半”有两种表达方式:cut sth in half或cut sth into halves。注意介词后搭配的名词在数的形式上是固定的,不可互换使用。
- ☆ 13世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的couteau，意为刀。
- reduce n.