Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cut.(verb)
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Use "cuts" in a sentence
"In her work it ranges across the whole spectrum of resonance, from affirmation, celebration, punchy frankness to unpleasantness, insult and mundanity, via the still-thrilling buzz of the just-not-said, and all simultaneously, all in the swivel of a repetition, the shape a word cuts in time."
"The title cuts two ways: the movie argues the U.S. political and economic system is rigged, and huge changes are required to correct it."
"The most important reason for the cuts is the London Olympics."