English to Maori Meaning of cut - tapahia

Cut :

tapahia, kokoti, tapahanga i, rōrahi, wahi, mukunga, marutanga, nui, kino ia, pakaru, wehenga, wāhinga, hūnga, haehae, pātaki, kapiti, pupuhi, whara, patua, awa, hongere, raorao, whēkau, ara, akoranga, puka, ahua, huru, āhua, tauira

tapahia, kokoti, Hash, kutikuti, toki, whakairo, aruaru, whati, haehae, motuhake, whakahaere, piri, ritua, kite, wāhanga, hua, tutakina, autara, whaturama, wāwāhi, e korero i-kākā, uri i te-kākā, kōrero buncombe, poka, haehae i, hahae, pakaru, pana, turaki, faahapa i, marohirohi, wehenga, wehewehe, pātaki, wahi, kia wehea, haere, whiti, kino ia, kähore i, pa ki, pata, kopere, mate, Hie, whakatika, tupu, ara, piki

tapahia, kononga, whatu, waruhia

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Definitions of cut in English
Noun(1) a share of the profits(2) (film(3) a trench resembling a furrow that was made by erosion or excavation(4) a step on some scale(5) a wound made by cutting(6) a piece of meat that has been cut from an animal carcass(7) a remark capable of wounding mentally(8) a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc(9) the omission that is made when an editorial change shortens a written passage(10) the style in which a garment is cut(11) a canal made by erosion or excavation(12) a refusal to recognize someone you know(13) in baseball; a batter's attempt to hit a pitched ball(14) (sports(15) the division of a deck of cards before dealing(16) the act of penetrating or opening open with a sharp edge
Verb(1) separate with or as if with an instrument(2) cut down on; make a reduction in(3) turn sharply; change direction abruptly(4) make an incision or separation(5) discharge from a group(6) form by probing, penetrating, or digging(7) style and tailor in a certain fashion(8) hit (a ball(9) make out and issue(10) cut and assemble the components of(11) intentionally fail to attend(12) be able to manage or manage successfully(13) give the appearance or impression of(14) move (one's fist(15) pass directly and often in haste(16) pass through or across
Adjective(1) separated into parts or laid open or penetrated with a sharp edge or instrument(2) fashioned or shaped by cutting(3) with parts removed(4) made neat and tidy by trimming(5) (used of grass or vegetation(6) (of pages of a book(7) (of a male animal(8) (used of rates or prices(9) mixed with water
Examples of cut in English
(1) Residents in these areas had to wait until the second week of August this year for grass to be cut and the estates brought up to basic standard.(2) that was the unkindest cut of all(3) blood ran from a cut on his jaw(4) I had to present Michael with a great big sabre to cut the cake - we had a real laugh with it.(5) they've cut back on costs(6) He explained that they were the sites where millstones were cut from the outcrops of Millstone Grit.(7) Forgetting to offer the cards to be cut , or any kind of misdeal is a fault.(8) Who would want to cut a hole in the ice and dive beneath it, when you can go to the tropics and do it without a drysuit?(9) Her cerulean wool suit, finely cut and quite modern, gave her a bit of a sophisticated air.(10) Meanwhile, back in reality, I deserve a cut of the firm's profits for the forthcoming financial year.(11) a deep cut on the thigh(12) the following aircraft cut across to join him(13) Individual garnets were cut from selected samples, crushed in a mortar and pestle and sieved.(14) It was when I pulled my hand away when I realized that the ring on his finger had cut my skin and it was now bleeding.(15) One person used the scissors repeatedly before he quit the stage, taking time to consider each cut .(16) Man Power is a story of cool cut suits and separates that focus on strong masculine lines.
Related Phrases of cut
(1) cut down ::
tapahia ki raro
(2) to cut ::
ki te tapahi
(3) cut back ::
tapahia hoki
(4) cut down on ::
tapahia ki raro i runga i
(5) cut it out ::
tapahia reira i roto i
(6) clear-cut ::
8. piece ::
9. share ::
10. haircut ::
11. blow ::
12. insult ::
13. reduction ::
14. style ::
15. undercut ::
16. cutting ::
17. stinger ::
18. snub ::
19. swing ::
20. deletion ::
21. track ::
22. cut of meat ::
tapahia o te kai
24. chop ::
26. pick ::
27. carve ::
28. reduce ::
29. shorten ::
30. delete ::
31. discontinue ::
32. cross ::
33. skip ::
34. geld ::
36. ignore ::
tau'a ore
37. burn ::
38. prune ::
tapatapahia ai e
39. hack ::
41. trend ::
42. tailor ::
44. make out ::
hanga i roto i
1. attend ::
Different Forms
cut, cuter, cutest, cuts
Word Example from TV Shows
Yo, what's up with the pie, man?
lt ain't cut.

Yo, what's up with the pie, man? lt ain't CUT.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 2

They must've cut it.

They must've CUT it.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 12

Cut off her head,
before she casts a spell on you.

Cut off her head, before she casts a spell on you.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 1

The corruption has spread.
I fear it must be cut away.

The corruption has spread. I fear it must be CUT away.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5

This place, they don't cut their pizza,
they pass the savings on to you.

This place, they don't CUT their pizza, they pass the savings on to you.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 2

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