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I'm going to cut the cake now.
The telephone wires had been cut.
The apples had been cut in half.
Cut the pepper into small pieces.
I cut a slice of bread.
Will you cut me a slice of pizza?
You should cut that broken branch off the tree.
Firemen had to cut a hole in the car roof to get him out.
You need to cut your speech by about 10 minutes.
This is the American English definition of cut. View British English definition of cut.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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