Definition of cut up in English:

cut up

1North American informal Behave in a mischievous or unruly manner: kids cutting up in a classroom
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  • ‘She was kind of getting a little antsy in there, there was a couple of horses cutting up,’ Bourque said.
2 informal (Of a horse race) have a particular selection of runners: the race has cut up badly with no other opposition from England
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