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jut

 (jŭt)
v. jut·ted, jut·ting, juts
v.intr.
To extend outward or upward beyond the limits of the main body; project: "He had a sharp crooked nose jutting out of a lean dancer's face" (Graham Greene). See Synonyms at bulge.
v.tr.
To cause to jut.
n.
1. The act or condition of jutting: a pronounced jut of the chin.
2. Something that protrudes; a projection: "a jut of untrimmed mustache" (William Faulkner).

[Middle English jutten, from gete, iutei, jetty, projecting upper story, from Old French jetee; see jetty1.]

jut

(dʒʌt)
vb, juts, jutting or jutted
(often foll by: out) to stick out or overhang beyond the surface or main part; protrude or project
n
something that juts out
[C16: variant of jet1]
ˈjutting adj

jut

(dʒʌt)

v. jut•ted, jut•ting,
n. v.i., v.t.
1. to extend beyond the main body or line; project; protrude: a strip of land jutting out into the bay.
n.
2. something that juts out; a projecting or protruding point.
[1555–65; variant of jet1]
jut′ting•ly, adv.

jut


Past participle: jutted
Gerund: jutting

Imperative
jut
jut
Present
I jut
you jut
he/she/it juts
we jut
you jut
they jut
Preterite
I jutted
you jutted
he/she/it jutted
we jutted
you jutted
they jutted
Present Continuous
I am jutting
you are jutting
he/she/it is jutting
we are jutting
you are jutting
they are jutting
Present Perfect
I have jutted
you have jutted
he/she/it has jutted
we have jutted
you have jutted
they have jutted
Past Continuous
I was jutting
you were jutting
he/she/it was jutting
we were jutting
you were jutting
they were jutting
Past Perfect
I had jutted
you had jutted
he/she/it had jutted
we had jutted
you had jutted
they had jutted
Future
I will jut
you will jut
he/she/it will jut
we will jut
you will jut
they will jut
Future Perfect
I will have jutted
you will have jutted
he/she/it will have jutted
we will have jutted
you will have jutted
they will have jutted
Future Continuous
I will be jutting
you will be jutting
he/she/it will be jutting
we will be jutting
you will be jutting
they will be jutting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been jutting
you have been jutting
he/she/it has been jutting
we have been jutting
you have been jutting
they have been jutting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been jutting
you will have been jutting
he/she/it will have been jutting
we will have been jutting
you will have been jutting
they will have been jutting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been jutting
you had been jutting
he/she/it had been jutting
we had been jutting
you had been jutting
they had been jutting
Conditional
I would jut
you would jut
he/she/it would jut
we would jut
you would jut
they would jut
Past Conditional
I would have jutted
you would have jutted
he/she/it would have jutted
we would have jutted
you would have jutted
they would have jutted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jut - something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from its surroundingsjut - something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from its surroundings; "the gun in his pocket made an obvious bulge"; "the hump of a camel"; "he stood on the rocky prominence"; "the occipital protuberance was well developed"; "the bony excrescence between its horns"
frontal eminence - either prominence of the frontal bone above each orbit
occipital protuberance - prominence on the outer surface of the occipital bone
belly - a part that bulges deeply; "the belly of a sail"
caput - a headlike protuberance on an organ or structure; "the caput humeri is the head of the humerus which fits into a cavity in the scapula"
mogul - a bump on a ski slope
nub, nubble - a small lump or protuberance
snag - a sharp protuberance
wart - any small rounded protuberance (as on certain plants or animals)
projection - any solid convex shape that juts out from something
2.jut - the act of projecting out from something
change of shape - an action that changes the shape of something
Verb1.jut - extend out or project in space; "His sharp nose jutted out"; "A single rock sticks out from the cliff"
overhang - project over
push up, thrust - push upward; "The front of the trains that had collided head-on thrust up into the air"
spear up, spear - thrust up like a spear; "The branch speared up into the air"
bulge, bag - bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
cantilever - project as a cantilever

jut

verb stick out, project, extend, protrude, poke, bulge, overhang, impend The northern end of the island juts out.

jut

verb
To curve outward past the normal or usual limit:
noun
A part that protrudes or extends outward:
Translations
يَبْرُز، يَنْتُؤ إلى الخارِج
vyčnívat
rage
skaga fram
išsikišti
izspiesties uz āru
çıkıntı yapmakdışarı fırlamak

jut

[dʒʌt] VI (also jut out) → sobresalir

jut

[ˈdʒʌt] vi (also jut out) → dépasser, faire saillie

jut

vi (also jut out)hervorstehen, hervorragen, herausragen; (chin, jaw)vorspringen; he saw a gun jutting (out) from behind the waller sah ein Gewehr hinter der Mauer (her)vorragen; the peninsula juts out into the seadie Halbinsel ragt ins Meer hinaus; to jut out over the streetüber die Straße vorstehen or hinausragen
vt to jut one’s chin/jaw forwardsein Kinn/seinen Kiefer vorstrecken

jut

[dʒʌt] vi (also jut out) → sporgere
a cliff jutting out over the sea → una scogliera a strapiombo sul mare

jut

(dʒat) past tense, past participle ˈjutted verb
(usually with out) to stick out or project. His top teeth jut out.
References in classic literature ?
Neither he nor any one else can come here to do us Phaeacians any harm, for we are dear to the gods, and live apart on a land's end that juts into the sounding sea, and have nothing to do with any other people.
On the north side of the Mohawk, and at about fifty miles from its mouth, is a mountain which, as we have already said, juts, in a nearly perpendicular promontory, into the bed of the river; its inclination is sufficient to admit of its receiving the name of a nose.
But the place I mean is next to the river, where one of the ridges juts out a little from the rest, and where the rocks fall, for the best part of a thousand feet, so much up and down, that a man standing on their edges is fool enough to think he can jump from top to bottom.
Look at that wall like low cliffs that juts forward just at right angles to the slope of turf sweeping up to it.
A mile away, a grove-plumed promontory juts far into the lake and glasses its palace in the blue depths; in midstream a boat is cutting the shining surface and leaving a long track behind, like a ray of light; the mountains beyond are veiled in a dreamy purple haze; far in the opposite direction a tumbled mass of domes and verdant slopes and valleys bars the lake, and here indeed does distance lend enchantment to the view--for on this broad canvas, sun and clouds and the richest of atmospheres have blended a thousand tints together, and over its surface the filmy lights and shadows drift, hour after hour, and glorify it with a beauty that seems reflected out of Heaven itself.
The embankment juts out in angles here and there, like pulpits; instead of preachers, however, small boys occupy them, dangling string, dropping pebbles, or launching wads of paper for a cruise.
There is no space between the wall and the first circle of buildings; no, the village wall is itself the rear wall of the first circle of buildings, a nd the roofs jut a little over the wall a nd thus furnish it with eaves.
He was long and desperately thin; his huge bones seemed to protrude from his body; his elbows were so sharp that they appeared to jut out through the arms of his shabby coat.
CUTLINE: Homes at 129 and 131 South Shore Road, on a peninsula that juts into Webster Lake, were destroyed by fire early yesterday morning.
Cape: A curved or pointed part of a coastline where the land juts out far into the water.
Huge necks of angular stone jut upward from penguin nesting grounds, perfect vantage points for Antarctic tern and skua birds.
US intelligence officials believe the plane was hit by a Ukrainian S-200, or SA-5, missile - a large surface-to-air missile built to shoot down heavy bombers flying at high altitudes - during exercises on the Crimean Peninsula, which juts into the Black Sea.