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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 ?
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.
The little piece left uncut in the corner was mown in five minutes.
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.
She turned to go, but he stopped her with a gesture and took an uncut book from the high desk.
Jacks noticed that although a paper cutter was lying by their side the leaves of all were uncut.
Some people prize uncut copies of old editions; a dealer gave me three hundred and fifty pounds for a lot of them.
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.
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.
They skirted the lower of the three fields where the ripe hay stood 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.