Present Tense: Cut Down/ Cuts Down
-ing Form: Cutting Down
Past Tense: Cut Down
Past Participle: Cut Down
To do less of something or to use something in smaller amounts.
I need to really cut down on sweets.
He's rich, so he doesn't need to cut down on his expenses if he doesn't want to.
To cut something by using a saw, axe, etc.
Stop cutting down the trees!
The manicurist asked me if I wanted my nails cut down.
To do or say something that makes people feel less important or powerful.
The boss cut her down in the middle of her presentation.
It's rude to cut people down just because you don't agree with their opinion.
Dad ____ ______ his sugar intake after being diagnosed with Type II Diabetes.
I heard they had _____ a lot of trees ____ when they built this village.
Marie ended her relationship with Rick because he kept _______ her _____.
The owner of the store is known for _______ customers _____, so I wouldn't shop there.
The Gardner ______ the top of the bushes ______ a few inches.
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In the video, what do you call the device used in possibly cutting down roadside bomb injuries and how does it work?