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3 Translation results for cut in Spanish

noun | verb | adjective

cut noun

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corte; tajo, cortadura; rebaja, reducción

Example sentences of
cut noun

  • Make a few small cuts in the crust to let the air escape.
  • a two-inch cut in the cloth
  • He came home covered in cuts and bruises.
  • Further cuts in spending are needed.
  • You'll have to make a few cuts in your manuscript if you want us to publish it.

Synonyms of
cut noun

cut verb

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cut, has cut, is cutting, cuts
cortar; cortarse; recortar; cruzar, atravesar; acortar, abreviar; reducir, rebajar

Example sentences of
cut verb

  • He uses the ax to cut wood.
  • He is cutting a piece of string.
  • The meat is so tender you can cut it with a fork.
  • Cut along the dotted line.
  • The saw easily cuts through metal.
  • She cut into the melon with a knife.
  • I cut myself while shaving.
  • I had a cut finger.
  • We were fighting, and he tried to cut me with his knife.
  • Pieces of broken glass cut her face and arms.

Synonyms of
cut verb

cut adjective

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Phrasal verbs for cut

Related phrases for cut

Reverse translation for cut

corte  - court, cut, cutting, style, fit 
tajo  - cut, slash, gash, steep cliff 
cortadura  - cut, slash 
rebaja  - reduction, discount 
reducción  - reduction, decrease 
cortar  - to cut, to cut, to slice, to trim, to break up, to cut out, to omit, to cut off, to interrupt, to hang up (the telephone), to block, to close off, to curdle (milk) 
cortarse  - to cut oneself, to be cut off, to sour (of milk) 
recortar  - to cut, to reduce, to cut out, to trim, to cut off, to outline 
cruzar  - to cross, to exchange (words, greetings), to cross, to interbreed 
atravesar  - to cross, to go across, to pierce, to lay across, to go through (a situation or crisis) 
acortar  - to shorten, to cut short 
abreviar  - to abbreviate, to shorten, to cut short 
reducir  - to reduce, to decrease, to cut, to subdue, to boil down 
rebajar  - to reduce, to lower, to lessen, to diminish, to humiliate 
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