any device for cutting or trimming paper, typically a weighted, powered, or spring-hinged blade mounted on or over a ruled board or table on which many sheets of paper may be aligned for cutting at one time.
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Origin of paper cutter
First recorded in 1820–30
Related formspa·per-cut·ting, adjective
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