Idioms for cut

Origin of cut

1175–1225; Middle English cutten, kytten, kitten, Old English *cyttan; akin to Old Swedish kotta to cut, Old Norse kuti little knife

SYNONYMS FOR cut

OTHER WORDS FROM cut

synonym study for cut

2. Cut, chop, hack, hew refer to giving a sharp blow or stroke. Cut is a general word for this: to cut the grass. To chop is to cut by giving repeated blows with something sharp, as an ax. To chop and to hew are practically interchangeable, but hew suggests keeping to a definite purpose: to chop or hew down a tree; to hew out a clearing. To hack is to cut or chop roughly and unevenly: to hack off a limb.
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British Dictionary definitions for half-cut (1 of 2)

half-cut

adjective

partially severed or dividedhalf-cut citrus fruits lying around
informal intoxicated with alcoholhe looks half-cut already

British Dictionary definitions for half-cut (2 of 2)

cut
/ (kʌt) /

verb cuts, cutting or cut

adjective

noun

Word Origin for cut

C13: probably of Scandinavian origin; compare Norwegian kutte to cut, Icelandic kuti small knife
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Medical definitions for half-cut

cut
[ kŭt ]

v.

n.

The act of cutting.
The result of cutting, especially an opening or wound made by a sharp edge.
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Idioms and Phrases with half-cut

cut

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