cutting en Inglés
adj. sharp, caustic
But we can’t plant enough trees at the rate they are being cut down.
People are cutting down the trees of the rainforests, and this has a negative effect on the environment.
“Cut, sir,” he added, handing the cards to Thomas Flanagan.
“Seventeen minutes to nine,” said Thomas Flanagan, as he cut the cards that Gauthier Ralph handed him.
“Yes,” said Alice, “I have often seen them at din...” she cut herself short.
Dick began to write a letter to Ben; then, after having cut out the picture of the alleged lady Fauntleroy, he slipped it in with the letter.
Does your hairdresser cut hair with a razor?
My work was cut out for me.
I am trying to cut off the end of the cigar.
He has cut his finger.
1. caustic: pungent, searching, acid, incisive, satirical, shrill, biting
2. sharp: incisive, pointed, keen, piercing, trenchant
3. limb: slip, branch, trim, leaf, root, shoot