#EngVocab: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Cut’

Today we will learn about phrasal verbs with ‘cut.’

Phrase is a combination of words (two or more).
Let’s start!

1.Cut off: to stop providing

E.g. “The water supply has been cut off.”
2. Cut down: to reduce the quantity of something

E.g. “Cut down your overall amount of physical activity!”
3. Cut up: to cut into smaller pieces

E.g. “She cut up the carrot and put them in the pot.”
4. Cut back: to consume less

E.g. “The doctor has told me to cut back red meat.”
5. Cut in: to interrupt a conversation

E.g. “We were having a conversation when he came up and cut in.”
6. Cut out: to remove part of something

E.g. “I cut out the article of the newspaper.”
7. Cut across: to take a shortcut

E.g. “Let’s cut across the field on our way home!”
8. Cut through: create a passage way

E.g. Someone had cut a path through the woods.”

Compiled and written by @sherlydarmali for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, June 11, 2017.

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