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- verb transitive To
cutinto smaller pieces, parts, or sections.
- verb transitive, informal To
lacerate; to woundby multiple lacerations; to injureor damageby cutting, or as if by cutting.
- verb transitive, idiomatic To
distressmentally or emotionally.
- verb transitive, idiomatic, dated To severely
criticizeor censure; to subject to hostilecriticism.
- verb intransitive, idiomatic To behave like a
clownor jokester(a cut-up); to misbehave; to act in a playful, comical, boisterous, or unrulymanner to elicit laughter, attention, etc.
- verb transitive, idiomatic, UK To
aggressivelymove in front of another vehicle while driving. US: cut off.
- adjective Having been cut into smaller pieces.
- adjective Wounded with multiple
- adjective idiomatic Emotionally
upset; mentally distressed.
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- adjective cut into pieces
- verb separate into isolated compartments or categories
- verb destroy or injure severely
- verb significantly cut up a manuscript
- verb cut to pieces
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