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un·cut

 (ŭn-kŭt′)
adj.
1. Not cut: uncut hair.
2. Printing Having the page edge not slit or trimmed. Used of a book.
3. Not cut or ground to a specific shape. Used of a gemstone.
4. Not condensed, abridged, or shortened, as by an editor or censor: the uncut version of the scandalous story.
5. Slang Uncircumcised. Used of a man or boy.

un·cut′ta·ble adj.

uncut

(ʌnˈkʌt)
adj
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (of a book) not having the edges of its pages trimmed or slit
2. (Jewellery) (of a gemstone) not cut and faceted
3. not abridged or shortened

un•cut

(ʌnˈkʌt)

adj.
1. not cut.
2. not shortened or condensed; unabridged.
3. in the original form; neither reduced in size nor given shape, as a diamond.
4. not diluted or adulterated.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uncut - not trimmeduncut - not trimmed; "shaggy untrimmed locks"
2.uncut - (used of grass or vegetation) not cut down with a hand implement or machineuncut - (used of grass or vegetation) not cut down with a hand implement or machine; "uncut grass"; "an unmown lawn"
botany, flora, vegetation - all the plant life in a particular region or period; "Pleistocene vegetation"; "the flora of southern California"; "the botany of China"
3.uncut - not shaped by cutting or trimminguncut - not shaped by cutting or trimming; "an uncut diamond"; "rough gemstones"
cut - fashioned or shaped by cutting; "a well-cut suit"; "cut diamonds"; "cut velvet"
4.uncut - (of pages of a book) having adjacent leaves still joined at the fore edgeuncut - (of pages of a book) having adjacent leaves still joined at the fore edge; "a book with its leaves still uncut"
cut - (of pages of a book) having the folds of the leaves trimmed or slit; "the cut pages of the book"
5.uncut - not cutuncut - not cut        
cut - separated into parts or laid open or penetrated with a sharp edge or instrument; "the cut surface was mottled"; "cut tobacco"; "blood from his cut forehead"; "bandages on her cut wrists"
6.uncut - not cutuncut - not cut; "glad to get out of the house with my throat uncut"- Tobias Smollett
uninjured - not injured physically or mentally
7.uncut - completeuncut - complete; "the full-length play"  
unabridged - (used of texts) not shortened; "an unabridged novel"

uncut

adjective
Not shortened by omissions:
Translations
غَيْر مَصْقولغَيْر مَقْطوع، غَيْر مُقَصَّر
nebroušenýnezkrácený
uforkortetusleben
csiszolatlanfelvágatlan
óklippturóslípaîur
nenušlifuotasnesutrumpintas
nesaīsinātsneslīpēts
nebrúsený
hamişlenmemişkısaltılmamış

uncut

[ˈʌnˈkʌt] ADJ
1. [grass, tree, hair, nails] → sin cortar; [stone] → sin labrar
2. (= not faceted) [diamond] → en bruto, sin tallar
3. (= unabridged) [film, text] → integral, sin cortes
4. (= pure) [heroin, cocaine] → puro

uncut

[ʌnˈkʌt] adj
[grass] → non coupé(e)
[book, play, film, version] → intégral(e)
[diamond, ruby, emerald] → brut(e)

uncut

adj
ungeschnitten; ham, untrimmed pagesnicht aufgeschnitten; stone, rockunbehauen; lawnnicht gemäht; uncut diamondRohdiamant m; an uncut rugein Schlingenteppich m
(= unabridged) film, play, novelungekürzt; to show a film uncuteinen Film ungekürzt zeigen
(= pure) drugunverschnitten; uncut heroinunverschnittenes Heroin
(Med: = not circumcised) → nicht beschnitten

uncut

(anˈkat) adjective
1. (of a book, film etc) not shortened.
2. (of a diamond etc) not yet cut into shape for using in jewellery etc.
References in classic literature ?
It is time some one undertook to rehumanise you," said I, parting his thick and long uncut locks; "for I see you are being metamorphosed into a lion, or something of that sort.
Osgood's, at the Orchards, and they found hams and chines uncut, pork-pies with the scent of the fire in them, spun butter in all its freshness--everything, in fact, that appetites at leisure could desire, in perhaps greater perfection, though not in greater abundance, than at Squire Cass's.
Some people prize uncut copies of old editions; a dealer gave me three hundred and fifty pounds for a lot of them.
A flunkey handed him an uncut Times, which he proceeded to cut with a skill which betrayed familiarity with this delicate operation.
The Psychologist, to show that he was not unhinged, helped himself to a cigar and tried to light it uncut.
There was always a superfluity of broad beans--it took nine or ten of Adam's strides to get to the end of the uncut grass walk that ran by the side of them; and as for other vegetables, there was so much more room than was necessary for them that in the rotation of crops a large flourishing bed of groundsel was of yearly occurrence on one spot or other.
Then, amid a constant coming in, and going out, and running about, and a clatter of crockery, and a rumbling up and down of the machine which brings the nice cuts from the kitchen, and a shrill crying for more nice cuts down the speaking-pipe, and a shrill reckoning of the cost of nice cuts that have been disposed of, and a general flush and steam of hot joints, cut and uncut, and a considerably heated atmosphere in which the soiled knives and tablecloths seem to break out spontaneously into eruptions of grease and blotches of beer, the legal triumvirate appease their appetites.
In his right hand was a huge spear, about the neck a thick torque of gold, and bound on the forehead shone dully a single and enormous uncut diamond.
She turned to go, but he stopped her with a gesture and took an uncut book from the high desk.
Nearly all were cut, and from these he gathered a handful and filled the pouch which dangled at his side--the uncut stones he tossed back into the chests.
Jacks noticed that although a paper cutter was lying by their side the leaves of all were uncut.
Their heads were matted with uncut hair, long locks of which often strayed before their eyes, beady and black and glittering like the eyes of birds.