Definition of pre-cut in English:

pre-cut

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verb

[with object] (usually as adjective pre-cut)
Cut into the desired shape or sections in advance: pre-cut pieces of cloth
More example sentences
  • In my judgement those skilled in the art would have known that in appropriate circumstances appliqué pieces were pre-cut to size by the use of dies.
  • I also pre-cut some brown plastic cord into 36-inch pieces to be used for the beading and handle portion of the pouch.
  • The calamari was similarly hot and good, and came with a tomato-based dip - I prefer it when the calamari isn't pre-cut, but the breading was clearly done on the premises and it wasn't rubbery.

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