cutting in Hindi

Pronunciation
n. छाँट

Example Sentences

The doctor told him to cut down on smoking.
डॉक्टर ने उसे सिगरेट कम पीने को कहा।
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Instead of laying off these workers, why don't we just cut their hours?
इन कर्मचारियों को नौकरी से निकालने की बजाय क्यों न हम इनके काम करना का समय कम करदें?
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Are you going to cut down all the trees here?
तुम यहाँ सारे के सारे पेड़ काट डालोगे क्या?
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Let's cut down our expenses.
हमें अपने खर्चे कम करने होंगे।
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Workers must have their hair cut short.
कर्मचारियों को अपने बाल छोटे कटाने होते हैं।
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The water was cut off yesterday.
पानी कल बंद हो गया था।
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I just cut my finger.
मैंने अपनी ऊँगली काट ली।
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He cut the envelope open.
उसने लिफ़ाफ़े को काटकर खोल दिया।
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He has his hair cut once a month.
वह अपने बाल महीने में एक बार कटवाता है।
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She cut the cake into six pieces and gave one to each of the children.
उसने केक को छः टुकड़ो में काटकर, हर बच्चे हो एक टुकड़ा दिया।
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Synonyms

the activity of selecting the scenes to be shown and putting them together to create a film: creating by removal, film editing
the act of cutting something into parts: division, undercut, cut, severance, dissection, slicing, scission, severing
a part (sometimes a root or leaf or bud) removed from a plant to propagate a new plant through rooting or grafting: quickset, stalk, slip, stem
removing parts from hard material to create a desired pattern or shape: truncation, creating by removal, petroglyph, carving
painful as if caused by a sharp instrument: lancinate, piercing, keen, stabbing, sharp, lancinating, knifelike
the act of penetrating or opening open with a sharp edge: gash, surgical incision, cut, incision, opening, section, snick, nick, slash, notch
a piece cut off from the main part of something: part, pruning, piece
(of speech) harsh or hurtful in tone or character: edged, stinging, unkind
an excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine: press cutting, clipping, selection, excerption, excerpt, newspaper clipping, extract, press clipping



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