Phrasal Verb: Cut up

Phrasal Verb: Cut up


Meaning: Cut into smaller pieces

Example: After cutting the tree down, the logger CUT it UP into logs.

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Phrasal Verb: Cut up


Meaning: Drive into a neighbouring lane, directly in front of another vehicle

Example: I was just driving onto the motorway slip-road, when a red Mini CUT me UP and I had to brake suddenly to avoid an accident.

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Phrasal Verb: Cut up


Meaning: Upset

Example: Her reaction really CUT me UP.

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Phrasal Verb: Cut up


Meaning: Have a lot of small injuries

Example: I CUT my hand UP when I broke the glass.

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