English: cut

English verb 'cut' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to cut
Participle: cut
Gerund: cutting

Indicative

Present

Icut
youcut
he;she;itcuts
wecut
youcut
theycut

Perfect

Ihave cut
youhave cut
he;she;ithas cut
wehave cut
youhave cut
theyhave cut

Past

Icut
youcut
he;she;itcut
wecut
youcut
theycut

Pluperfect

Ihad cut
youhad cut
he;she;ithad cut
wehad cut
youhad cut
theyhad cut

Future

Iwill cut
youwill cut
he;she;itwill cut
wewill cut
youwill cut
theywill cut

Future perfect

Iwill have cut
youwill have cut
he;she;itwill have cut
wewill have cut
youwill have cut
theywill have cut

Subjunctive

Present

Icut
youcut
he;she;itcut
wecut
youcut
theycut

Perfect

Ihave cut
youhave cut
he;she;ithave cut
wehave cut
youhave cut
theyhave cut

Imperfect

Icut
youcut
he;she;itcut
wecut
youcut
theycut

Pluperfect

Ihad cut
youhad cut
he;she;ithad cut
wehad cut
youhad cut
theyhad cut

Conditional

Present

Iwould cut
youwould cut
he;she;itwould cut
wewould cut
youwould cut
theywould cut

Perfect

Iwould have cut
youwould have cut
he;she;itwould have cut
wewould have cut
youwould have cut
theywould have cut

Imperative

youcut
weLet's cut
youcut

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

Iam cutting
youare cutting
he;she;itis cutting
weare cutting
youare cutting
theyare cutting

Perfect

Ihave been cutting
youhave been cutting
he;she;ithas been cutting
wehave been cutting
youhave been cutting
theyhave been cutting

Past

Iwas cutting
youwere cutting
he;she;itwas cutting
wewere cutting
youwere cutting
theywere cutting

Pluperfect

Ihad been cutting
youhad been cutting
he;she;ithad been cutting
wehad been cutting
youhad been cutting
theyhad been cutting

Future

Iwill be cutting
youwill be cutting
he;she;itwill be cutting
wewill be cutting
youwill be cutting
theywill be cutting

Future perfect

Iwill have been cutting
youwill have been cutting
he;she;itwill have been cutting
wewill have been cutting
youwill have been cutting
theywill have been cutting

Conditional

Present

Iwould be cutting
youwould be cutting
he;she;itwould be cutting
wewould be cutting
youwould be cutting
theywould be cutting

Perfect

Iwould have been cutting
youwould have been cutting
he;she;itwould have been cutting
wewould have been cutting
youwould have been cutting
theywould have been cutting

Additional Information

Etymology

c.1275, possibly Scand., from N.Gmc. *kut-, or from O.Fr. couteau "knife." Replaced O.E. ceorfan "carve," sniĆ¾an, and scieran "shear." Meaning "to be absent without excuse" is British university slang from 1794. The noun meaning "gash, incision" is attested from 1530; meaning "piece cut off" is from 1591; sense of "a wounding sarcasm" is from 1568. To cut a pack of cards is from 1598. Cutthroat (n.) is first recorded 1535. Cutter "boat belonging to a ship of war" is attested from 1745, possibly so called from the way it "cuts" through the water. Cutting edge (adj.) in fig. sense first recorded 1985.