Broke or cut an object into many pieces; crushed; shredded
Any type of pivoted tool similar to a scissors or pliers.
a) to shear; to make naked, to shed (example leaves). b) to cut, pluck off.
A. To behead with a guillotine. B. To cut paper with a guillotine blade.
To cut, carve, engrave, incise.
Carved, cut, engraved.
Carving, cutting, engraving, incision.
To cut drape into scallops, to make a scalloped hem in a dress.
Sawn, cut or divided with a saw (adjective).
A. To saw, serrate. B. To lock, fasten with a bolt.
Adjective – A. Sawn, serrated. B. Bolted, locked shut.
To cut, cut up, chop, carve.
A. To cut a trench, duct. B. Fig: To knock back one drink after another.
To be perforated with a sharp instrument.
To be dissected, to be cut along the length.
- To slit somebody’s throat.
- To slash, sever.
- To speak very loudly, scream.
- To strum an instrument roughly.
- Implement that slashes, severs – knife, sword, blade.
- Someone who slashes throats.
- To plough, till the land.
- to beat at sports (especially in a race)
- To cut out parts of an item of clothing.