to use a sharp tool to divide something into pieces, or make an opening into something.
Past Participle form
I will cut this paper into two pieces.
She will cut into the beef to make a hole.
A: I need to cut my hair.
B: It is quite long. What are you going for?
A: I'm thinking about cutting it very short.
B: That'd look good.
I cut my own hair last week.
My friend cut their finger badly and it needs stiches.
A: I was building a new table when I cut my arm. I needed to go to the hospital.
B: Oh wow! Are you okay?
A: I will be.
I'm cutting my friends hair tonight. I'm scared because I don't know how.
He was cutting the grass and accidently cut his toe off. Ouch!
A: What are you doing?
B: I'm cutting the fat off the meat.
A: Oh no. Leave it on! It tastes better.
B: I'm the chef. When you cook, you can do what you like.
While cooking dinner I realised I'd cut myself.
My teacher has cut lots of paper for us to use in class.
A: To stuff the pork chop, cut into the middle.
B: I've cut into it already.
A: Nice. Now put the suffering into the pork.