precut

[ pree-kuht ]
/ priˈkʌt /

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.

Nearby words

  1. precuneus,
  2. precursive,
  3. precursor,
  4. precursory,
  5. precursory cartilage,
  6. precycle,
  7. pred.,
  8. predacious,
  9. predacity,
  10. predate

Origin of precut

First recorded in 1940–45; pre- + cut

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