Cutting definition

Cutting means to penetrate with a sharp-edged instrument and includes sawing, but does not include shearing, slicing, or punching.
Cutting means cutting typically utilising either an oxy-acetylene gas cutting torch or abrasive disc cutter to cut and/or resize large pieces of scrap metal into more manageable sizes; powder torches and plasma torches may be used to cut heat-resistant scrap e.g. pig iron, copper, bronze).
Cutting means the falling or removal of a tree, or any procedure that naturally results in the death or substantial destruction of a tree. “Cutting” does not include normal trimming or pruning, but does include topping of trees.

Examples of Cutting in a sentence

  • Cutting will penetrate through the entire thickness of the material.

  • Floor Saw Cutting for MEP Relocation $1,500.00 $1,500.00 CSI Division 2 - Existing Conditions Summary $1,500.00 CSI Division 3 - Concrete Concrete Subcontractor 1 allowance $1,500.00 $1,500.00 Misc.

  • Cutting plants or flowers on the Goodwood property is strictly prohibited.


More Definitions of Cutting

Cutting means the severing of the main trunk or stem of woody vegetation at any point.
Cutting means that term as defined in section 102 of the MMFLA, MCL 333.27102.
Cutting means a process in which the severing or removing of metal is effected by the use of an arc or flame.
Cutting means a tree grown from vegetative material;
Cutting or “division” means a plant grown from the root, rhizome, stem, or leaf of another plant and is considered to be artificially propagated only if the traded specimen does not contain any material collected from the wild.
Cutting means the detaching or separating, from a protected tree, any limb, branch or root. Cutting shall include pruning.
Cutting means to completely remove at ground level.