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cut [cuts] (act of cutting)
noun
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

taglionoun
{m}

cut [cuts] (act of dividing a deck of playing cards)
noun
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

alzatanoun
{f}

cut (bodybuilding: having individual groups of muscle fibers stand out)
adjective
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

cesellatoadjective
{m}

scolpitoadjective
{m}

cut [cut, cut, cutting, cuts] (colloquial, not to attend a class)
verb
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

saltareverb

cut (colloquial: circumcised (see also circumcised))
adjective
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

circoncisoadjective
{m}

cut [cuts] (fencing: attack made with a chopping motion of the blade)
noun
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

intagliatanoun

cut (having been cut)
adjective
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

accorciatoadjective
{m}

ridottoadjective
{m}

ritagliatoadjective
{m}

tagliatoadjective
{m}

cut [cuts] (manner or style a garment is fashioned in)
noun
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

taglianoun
{f}

cut [cuts] (opening resulting from cutting)
noun
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

incisionenoun
{f}

cut (reduced)
adjective
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

potatoadjective
{m}

cut [cuts] (slab of meat)
noun
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

pezzonoun
{m}

cut [cut, cut, cutting, cuts] (to divide a pack of playing cards)
verb
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

alzareverb

cut [cut, cut, cutting, cuts] (to perform an incision)
verb
[UK: kʌt]
[US: ˈkət]

incidereverb

tagliareverb

cut a wide swath (to clear a broad track)
verb

aprire un varcoverb

aprirsi un varcoverb

cut corners (bypass a prescribed route)
verb

prendere delle scorciatoieverb

cut off one's nose to spite one's face (harm oneself as a result of trying to harm an adversary)
verb

darsi la zappa sui piediverb

spararsi sui piediverb

cut one's coat according to one's cloth (to live within one's means)
verb

fare il passo secondo la gambaverb

cut one's teeth (gain early experience)
verb
[UK: kʌt wʌnz tiːθ]
[US: ˈkət wʌnz ˈtiːθ]

farsi le ossaverb

cut out (refrain from (doing))
verb
[UK: kʌt ˈaʊt]
[US: ˈkət ˈaʊt]

finirlaverb

smetterlaverb

cut out (remove, omit)
verb
[UK: kʌt ˈaʊt]
[US: ˈkət ˈaʊt]

levareverb

rimuovereverb

tagliare viaverb

togliereverb

cut out (to separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; sever)
verb
[UK: kʌt ˈaʊt]
[US: ˈkət ˈaʊt]

ritagliareverb

cut out (well suited for an activity)
adjective

adeguatoadjective

idoneoadjective

ritagliatoadjective

cut to the chase (to get to the point)
verb

venire al dunqueverb

venire al sodoverb

cutaneous (of, or relating to the skin)
adjective
[UK: kjuː.ˈteɪ.njəs]
[US: kjuː.ˈteɪ.niːəs]

cutaneoadjective

cutaway (a cut to a shot of person listening to a speaker)
noun
[UK: ˈkə.tə.we]
[US: ˈkə.tə.we]

ritaglionoun
{m}

cutaway (diagram or model)
noun
[UK: ˈkə.tə.we]
[US: ˈkə.tə.we]

spaccatonoun
{m}

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