How to Conjugate Cut Up
- Infinitive: Cut Up
- Present Tense: Cut Up/ Cuts Up
- -ing Form: Cutting Up
- Past Tense: Cut Up
- Past Participle: Cut Up
Definitions of Cut Up:
1. When you use a knife or scissors to cut something into several pieces.
Examples: He always cuts up the steak into smaller pieces, so it is easier for the kids to swallow.
Have you finished cutting up all the old bank statements?
2. To act in a loud and silly way.
Examples: The police officers are always cutting up in the bar on their days off.
Mikey, please don’t cut up in school today.
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