English → English - cutting

Pronunciation
n. act of cutting; something cut off; small piece cut from a plant; piece cut from a newspaper
adj. sharp, caustic

English → Spanish - cutting

Pronunciation
s. recorte, cercenadura, cercenamiento, cizalladura, cizallamiento, incisión, labra, labrado, tajadura, tijeretazo, tijereteo, viruta; esqueje

English → French - cutting

Pronunciation
n. découpage; plant
adj. piquant, mordant, comique, cinglant, coupant, incisive, tranchant

English → German - cutting

Pronunciation
[cut] v. abschneiden, schneiden; kürzen, abkürzen
n. Ableger (Pflanzen); Schnitt
adj. scharf, ätzend, beißend

English → Indonesian - cutting

Pronunciation
n. guntingan, potongan, penurunan, pemotongan, setek, anggur
a. tajam, mengejek: yg mengejek, hati: yg menyakitkan hati, pedas

English → Italian - cutting

Pronunciation
s. taglio, incisione; pezzo; ritaglio; (fig) riduzione, diminuzione; trincea, scavo; (Agr) talea; (Tess) cimatura; (Cin) montaggio
agg. tagliente, affilato, pungente, mordace

English → Polish - cutting

Pronunciation
n. cięcie, wykop, sadzonka, przesieka, wycinek z gazety, obcinek, obniżka, próbka materiału, wyrąb, zaszczepka, naruszenie
a. sieczny, tnący, ostry, przejmujący, uszczypliwy, zgryźliwy

English → Portuguese - cutting

Pronunciation
s. incisão; redução
adj. afiado, mordaz

English → Romanian - cutting

Pronunciation
n. tăiere, tăietură, tundere, excavare, altoi, deşeuri, tranşee
a. tăios, şfichiuitor, usturător, acerb, înţepător, incisiv, jignitor, tăietor, corosiv

English → Russian - cutting

Pronunciation
с. резание, фрезерование; вырезка; уменьшение; опилки, обрезки, стружки, рубка, черенок

English → Turkish - cutting

Pronunciation
i. kesme, kesim, doğrama; çentik, kertik; kıymık, yonga; yol, yol açma, hafriyat; kupür; kurgu hazırlığı; aşı dalı, çelik
s. keskin, acı, kesici, sert, dondurucu, iğneleyici, içine işleyen, içe işleyen, kırıcı

English → Ukrainian - cutting

Pronunciation
n. різання, вирізування, надріз, тесання, гранування, рубка, зменшення, вирізка, монтаж, нарізування, обстригання
a. різальний, ріжучий, колючий, ущипливий, пронизливий

English → Dutch - cutting

Pronunciation
zn. (afgesneden/afgeknipt/uitgeknipt) stuk(je); stek (v. plant)

English → Greek - cutting

Pronunciation
ουσ. τομή, δηκτικός
επίθ. καυστικός, σαρκαστικός

English → Arabic - cutting

Pronunciation
‏صفحة جريدة، نبات، حصاد، قطعة قماش، عكيس، التنقيح للأفلام السينمائية، قصاصة‏
‏قارس، لاذع، ساخر، جارح للشعور، ماض، حاد، جارح، قارص‏

English → Chinese - cutting

Pronunciation
(名) 切断, 开凿, 切下

English → Chinese - cutting

Pronunciation
(名) 切斷, 開鑿, 切下

English → Hindi - cutting

Pronunciation
n. छाँट

English → Japanese - cutting

Pronunciation
(名) 切ること; 切り枝; 切り抜き
(形) 痛烈な
(動) 切る; 切断する; 削減する; 切り分ける; 録音する(音楽など); 他のものを混ぜて弱い溶剤にする; 欠ける; 失格させる; 撮影しているシーンを停止する(フィルム)

English → Korean - cutting

Pronunciation
명. 절단, 자름; 자른 것, 오려낸 것

English → Vietnamese - cutting

Pronunciation
n. sự cắt, sự chặt, sự đốn, sự đẻo, sự đào, sự xắt
a. đường nhỏ, mảnh cắt ra

Definition of cutting

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. (of speech) harsh or hurtful in tone or character.
Cutting remarks.
Edged satire.
2. Painful as if caused by a sharp instrument.
A cutting wind.
Keen winds.
Knifelike cold.
Piercing knifelike pains.
Piercing cold.
Piercing criticism.
A stabbing pain.
Lancinating pain.
3. Unpleasantly cold and damp.
Bleak winds of the North Atlantic.
Noun
4. A piece cut off from the main part of something.
5. A part (sometimes a root or leaf or bud) removed from a plant to propagate a new plant through rooting or grafting.
6. An excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine.
He searched through piles of letters and clippings.
7. The act of cutting something into parts.
His cuts were skillful.
His cutting of the cake made a terrible mess.
8. The act of penetrating or opening open with a sharp edge.
9. The act of shortening something by chopping off the ends.
The barber gave him a good cut.
10. The act of diluting something.
The cutting of whiskey with water.
The thinning of paint with turpentine.
11. The division of a deck of cards before dealing.
He insisted that we give him the last cut before every deal.
The cutting of the cards soon became a ritual.
12. Removing parts from hard material to create a desired pattern or shape.
13. The activity of selecting the scenes to be shown and putting them together to create a film.
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