outcut

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From out- +‎ cut.

Verb[edit]

outcut (third-person singular simple present outcuts, present participle outcutting, simple past and past participle outcut)

  1. (transitive) To cut out.
  2. (transitive) To surpass or exceed in cutting; cut more than or cut superior to.
    • 1922, Popular Science - Nov 1922:
      They're guaranteed to outcut and outlast any plier made.

Noun[edit]

outcut (plural outcuts)

  1. That which is cut out.
  2. A groove; channel.

Adjective[edit]

outcut (comparative more outcut, superlative most outcut)

  1. Cut out.