film editing, cutting(noun)
the activity of selecting the scenes to be shown and putting them together to create a film
a part (sometimes a root or leaf or bud) removed from a plant to propagate a new plant through rooting or grafting
the act of cutting something into parts
"his cuts were skillful"; "his cutting of the cake made a terrible mess"
a piece cut off from the main part of something
clipping, newspaper clipping, press clipping, cutting, press cutting(noun)
an excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine
"he searched through piles of letters and clippings"
removing parts from hard material to create a desired pattern or shape
the division of a deck of cards before dealing
"he insisted that we give him the last cut before every deal"; "the cutting of the cards soon became a ritual"
the act of penetrating or opening open with a sharp edge
"his cut in the lining revealed the hidden jewels"
the act of diluting something
"the cutting of whiskey with water"; "the thinning of paint with turpentine"
cut, cutting, cutting off(adj)
the act of shortening something by chopping off the ends
"the barber gave him a good cut"
cutting, edged, stinging(adj)
(of speech) harsh or hurtful in tone or character
"cutting remarks"; "edged satire"; "a stinging comment"
bleak, cutting, raw(adj)
unpleasantly cold and damp
"bleak winds of the North Atlantic"
cutting, keen, knifelike, piercing, stabbing, lancinate, lancinating(adj)
painful as if caused by a sharp instrument
"a cutting wind"; "keen winds"; "knifelike cold"; "piercing knifelike pains"; "piercing cold"; "piercing criticism"; "a stabbing pain"; "lancinating pain"
The action of the verb to cut.
How many different cuttings can this movie undergo?
A section removed from the larger whole.
A newspaper clipping.
A leaf, stem, branch, or root removed from a plant and cultivated to grow a new plant.
An abridged selection of written work, often intended for performance.
The actor had to make his cutting shorter to fit the audition time.
The editing of film or other recordings.
Self-harm; the act of cutting one's own skin.
A narrow passage, dug for a road, railway or canal to go through.
That is used for cutting.
I need some sort of cutting utensil to get through this shrink wrap.
Of remarks, criticism, etc., potentially hurtful.
The director gave the auditioning actors cutting criticism.
the act or process of making an incision, or of severing, felling, shaping, etc
something cut, cut off, or cut out, as a twig or scion cut off from a stock for the purpose of grafting or of rooting as an independent plant; something cut out of a newspaper; an excavation cut through a hill or elsewhere to make a way for a railroad, canal, etc.; a cut
adapted to cut; as, a cutting tool
chilling; penetrating; sharp; as, a cutting wind
severe; sarcastic; biting; as, a cutting reply
Cutting is the separation of a physical object, or a portion of a physical object, into two or more portions, through the application of an acutely directed force. Implements commonly used for cutting are the knife and saw, or in medicine and science the scalpel and microtome. However, any sufficiently sharp object is capable of cutting if it has a hardness sufficiently larger than the object being cut, and if it is applied with sufficient force. Even liquids can be used to cut things when applied with sufficient force. Cutting is a compressive and shearing phenomenon, and occurs only when the total stress generated by the cutting implement exceeds the ultimate strength of the material of the object being cut. The simplest applicable equation is stress = force/area: The stress generated by a cutting implement is directly proportional to the force with which it is applied, and inversely proportional to the area of contact. Hence, the smaller the area, the less force is needed to cut something.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
The adjusting of a cask or spar, or turning it round.
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Rank popularity for the word 'cutting' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2024
Rank popularity for the word 'cutting' in Nouns Frequency: #2246
The numerical value of cutting in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of cutting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
I think in general the industry is putting a sharper pencil to cost cutting, i think they are realizing the days of $ 100 a barrel( oil) are over.
It was an illusion to think that cutting off Mare Nostrum would prevent people from attempting this dangerous voyage across the Mediterranean.
Apart from shedding jobs, cutting its fleet size and renegotiating vendor contracts, it would appear nobody envisions what the airline might look like in 10 years’ time.
I will not go so far as to say that to construct a history of thought without profound study of the mathematical ideas of successive epochs is like omitting Hamlet from the play which is named after him. . . But it is certainly analogous to cutting out the part of Ophelia. This simile is singularly exact. For Ophelia is quite essential to the play, she is very charming-- and a little mad.
I'm really worried about unemployment, i do feel like Bloomberg Television in an interview's spreading more toward white-collared jobs. A lot of companies are reacting to the environment and cutting back.
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- сечене, рязане, монтажBulgarian
- mordaçCatalan, Valencian
- Schneiden, Senkreis, Ableger, StecklingGerman
- recorte, esquejeSpanish
- talea, decoupageItalian
- cięcie, uszczypliwy, sadzonka, przecięcie, montaż, wycinekPolish
- монтаж, выдержка, резка, рубка, вырезка, закройка, нарезание, режущий, черенок, резаниеRussian
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