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  *割* | 割* | *割
to cut / to cut apart
to cut up / to break up
to cut
lawn mower (machine)
to set up an independent regime / to secede / segmentation / division / fragmentation
to cut off / to sever
see 刈包
inalienable / unalienable / inseparable / indivisible
to harvest / to reap / to gather in crops
delivery (commerce)
to circumcise
to feel as if having one's heart cut out (idiom) / to be torn with grief
mow grass
to slaughter / (fig.) to ride roughshod over / to take advantage of (others)
to amputate / to excise (cut out)
to castrate / fig. to emasculate
to give up / to part with
to part with sth cherished / to forsake
to gash / to cut / gash / cut
partition (computing)
to cede / cession
to cut apart / to sever / to separate / to isolate
golden ratio / golden section
combine / harvester
secant line (math.)
to rip one's robe as a sign of repudiating a sworn brotherhood (idiom) / to break all friendly ties
to cut off
(network) cutover / (system) migration
to discard / to abandon / to give (sth) up
secant (of angle), written sec θ
cosecant (of angle), written cosec θ or csc θ
to cut flesh from one's thigh to nourish a sick parent (idiom) / filial thigh-cutting
(literary) to break off relations with a friend / to sever ties with sb
to cut using oxyacetylene torch
to resign oneself to part with what one treasures
hyperbolic cosecant, i.e. function cosech(x)
circumcision (Bible term)
to get trampled on (idiom) / to be taken advantage of
lit. why use a pole-ax to slaughter a chicken? (idiom) / fig. to waste effort on a trifling matter / also written 殺雞焉用牛刀|杀鸡焉用牛刀
to cut some meat / to cut off a piece of flesh / (fig.) (coll.) to sell at a loss

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