Chunk is a related term of cutting.
As nouns the difference between chunk and cutting
is that chunk
is a part of something that has been separated while cutting
is (countable|uncountable) the action of the verb to cut
As verbs the difference between chunk and cutting
is that chunk
is to break into large pieces or chunks while cutting
As an adjective cutting is
(not comparable) that is used for cutting.
A part of something that has been separated.
A representative of a substance at large, often large and irregular.
- The statue broke into chunks .
(computing) A discrete segment of a file, stream, etc. (especially one that represents audiovisual media); a block.
* 1994 , Paul J Perry, Multimedia developer's guide
- A chunk of granite .
- The first DWORD of a chunk data in the RIFF chunk is a four character code value identifying the form type of the file.
To break into large pieces or chunks.
(slang, chiefly, Southern US) To throw.
(countable, uncountable) The action of the verb to cut .
(countable) A section removed from the larger whole.
(countable) A newspaper clipping.
(countable) A leaf, stem, branch, or root removed from a plant and cultivated to grow a new plant.
(countable) An abridged selection of written work, often intended for performance.
- How many different cuttings can this movie undergo?
(uncountable) The editing of film or other recordings.
(uncountable) Self-harm; the act of cutting one's own skin.
(countable) A narrow passage, dug for a road, railway or canal to go through.
*1876 , , Journey by Train :
*:WE flash across the level.
*:We thunder thro' the bridges.
*:We bicker down the cuttings .
*:We sway along the ridges.
- The actor had to make his ''cutting'' shorter to fit the audition time.
* (narrow passage for a transportation route) cut
(not comparable) That is used for cutting.
Of remarks, criticism, etc., potentially hurtful.
- I need some sort of cutting utensil to get through this shrink wrap.
- The director gave the auditioning actors cutting criticism.