Cut up meanings in Urdu
Cut up meanings in Urdu is کاٹ Cut up in Urdu. More meanings of cut up, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.
Cut up Definitions
Please find 6 English and definitions related to the word Cut up.
- (verb) : cut to pieces
- (verb) : destroy or injure severely
- (adjective satellite) : cut into pieces
- (verb) : separate into isolated compartments or categories
- (verb) : significantly cut up a manuscript
- (noun) : someone who plays practical jokes on others
What I remember most about junior homecoming was my date getting sick afterwards. That kinda sucked. Then, senior year, someone got gum in her hair when we were dancing. She had to get one of the chaperones to take her to the office and cut up her hair. I felt really bad for her, but it worked out fine.
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What are the meanings of Cut up in Urdu?
Meanings of the word Cut up in Urdu is کاٹ - kaat. To understand how would you translate the word Cut up in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Cut up or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Cut up synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Cut up. If there is a match we also include idioms & quotations that either use this word or its translations in them or use any of the related words in English or Urdu translations. These idioms or quotations can also be taken as a literary example of how to use Cut up in a sentence. If you have trouble reading in Urdu we have also provided these meanings in Roman Urdu.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What do you mean by cut up?
Meaning of cut up is کاٹ - kaat
Whats the definition of cut up?
Definition of the cut up are
- cut to pieces
- destroy or injure severely
- cut into pieces
- separate into isolated compartments or categories
- significantly cut up a manuscript
- someone who plays practical jokes on others
What is the synonym of cut up?
Synonym of word cut up are loss, cut out, cutting, counter, enmity, slash, carving, acuity, damage, rejoinder
What are the idioms related to cut up?
Here are the idioms that are related to the word cut up.
- Cut on oak and plant thistles
- For a bad tongue the scissors
- If you cannot bite never show your teeth
- Sow early and reap early
What are the quotes with word cut up?
Here are the quotes with the word cut up in them
- What I remember most about junior homecoming was my date getting sick afterwards. That kinda sucked. Then, senior year, someone got gum in her hair when we were dancing. She had to get one of the chaperones to take her to the office and cut up her hair. I felt really bad for her, but it worked out fine. — James Lafferty
- As time goes on we get closer to that American Dream of there being a pie cut up and shared. Usually greed and selfishness prevent that and there is always one bad apple in every barrel. — Rick Danko
- When you're wounded and left on Afghanistan's plains, and the women come out to cut up what remains, jest roll to your rifle and blow out your brains and go to your gawd like a soldier. — Rudyard Kipling