Definition of 'cutter'
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Peel off the top sheet and cut out the biscuits with a 5cm pastry cutter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Use the smaller cutter to remove centres. The Sun (2013) Use the same cutters you used for the biscuits to stamp out identical shapes in icing. The Sun (2015)It is also recommended that bedside tables have a pair of wire cutters in the drawers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Others had had toes torn off with bolt cutters and were rendered unconscious by electric shock. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Cut the centre of one set of biscuits with a pastry cutter. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Use a cutter to stamp out shapes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Cut out eight to ten circles with the pastry cutter. The Sun (2013) Use a cutter and place your scones on a greased baking sheet. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The bailiffs used bolt cutters to dismantle barricades held together with plastic ties and rope. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Use a pastry cutter to cut out circles just bigger than the size of the circles in your cake tin. The Sun (2012)Use a 5cm pastry cutter to stamp out neat rounds. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Use a 10cm cutter to stamp out six rounds from the other rectangle for the tops. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Shape into rounds, using pastry cutter if you want to be fancy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They used a disc cutter to cut the locks, and normally the police would arrest them. The Sun (2015)Peel off the top sheet and cut out the biscuits with a 5cm pastry cutter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They'll use wire cutters to free you. The Sun (2013)Tank cutters are used in a carpenter's ratchet brace. Technology Basic Facts (1990)A pair of wire cutters is useful. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I feel bad enough using those hooves as pastry cutters. The Sun (2013)It contained the bolt cutters. The Sun (2006)She sent one of them off to get a pair of bolt cutters from DIY. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Bikes are, after all, hard to secure against a determined thief equipped with a bolt cutter or a van. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Using a large round biscuit cutter, cut out circles, then make them into rings by cutting out the centre using a smaller round cutter. The Sun (2015)A pair of wire cutters can be bought across the counter in any DIY shop. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'cutter'
British English: cutter NOUN
A cutter is a tool that you use for cutting through something.
...a pastry cutter.
Definition of cutter from the Collins English Dictionary
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