cut up. 1. verb To chop something into smaller pieces. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between"cut" and"up." You need to cut up these onions so we can brown them.
2. verb To judge or criticize someone or something harshly. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between"cut" and"up."Missing: tree. Whether you are using a chain saw to cut firewood, trim trees or harvest large timber, you will be performing three basic operations: felling, limbing and bucking.
Felling involves cutting a standing tree and dropping it in the place you want it. Limbing is the removal of the branches from either standing or downed trees. Nov 23, the act of trying to get rid of a boner. I had to cut the tree down today in math class because i was about to have to stand up in front of the class.
by TST November 23, Flag. Get the cut the tree down neck gaiter and mug. Feb 12 Word of the Day. b: to injure or damage by or as if by cutting: gash, slash. 2: to subject to hostile criticism: censure. intransitive verb. 1: to undergo being cut up. 2: to behave in a comic, boisterous, or unruly manner: Missing: tree. tree trunk, tree tops, Christmas tree, family tree. Collaborative Dictionary English Cobuild. haymaking. v. 1. the operation or work of cuttinggrass and curing it for hay 2. the act of taking full advantage of an easy opportunity.
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noun. anything used or serving to decorate or complete: the trimmings of a Christmas tree. Usually trimmings. an accompaniment or garnish to a main dish: roast turkey with all the trimmings.