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precut

[ pree-kuht ]
/ priˈkʌt /
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adjective

cut to a specific shape or size before being assembled or used: a kit with precut parts.

verb (used with object), pre·cut, pre·cut·ting.

to cut or cut out in advance: The logs were precut to size.

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Origin of precut

First recorded in 1940–45; pre- + cut
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