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cookie cutter

1. noun A tool used to cut dough into shapes for cookies. I used a heart-shaped cookie cutter for these Valentine's cookies—aren't they adorable?
2. adjective Identical to other things. In this usage, the phrase is typically hyphenated. I want a unique house, not one of those cookie-cutter boxes that looks like every other one on the block.
See also: cookie, cutter

cord cutter

One who cancels a traditional cable subscription and replaces it with other entertainment sources, such as streaming services, a la carte programming, etc. I never thought I'd be a cord-cutter, but once traditional cable got too expensive, I decided to go that route.
See also: cord, cutter

piss cutter

dated slang A nickname for the side cap (a foldable military cap also known as a garrison cap or flight cap) worn by members of the Unites States Navy or Marine Corps. Sometimes hyphenated. Primarily heard in US. I asked my grandpa what the funny little hat was called in his pictures from the war, and he said it was his piss cutter. We all tucked out piss-cutters into our belts as we entered the room.
See also: cutter, piss

piss-cutter

and piss-whiz
n. an extraordinary person; someone who can do the impossible. (Usually objectionable.) Sam is a real piss-cutter when it comes to running. I ain’t no piss-whiz, just your average guy.
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The "Rotary Cutters Market: Global Industry Analysis, Trends, Market Size, and Forecasts up to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
[ClickPress, Mon Apr 22 2019] The tool wire cutters market is expected to witness steady growth with growth in the demand for tool wire cutters across various industrial applications including electrical manufacturing, automobile maintenance and repair, power generation and transmission.
When you're ready to cut, it's not a race--this is an operation where speed kills (cutters, and sometimes slides).
A new, patent-pending traveling planetary cutter (M-TPC) from Conair, Cranberry Township, Pa., features a servo-driven cutting head that reportedly cuts small-diameter medical tubing so precisely that the need for secondary, off-line tube finishing is virtually eliminated.
1 Statistics on failures of PDC bit cutters Fracture 41% Mechanical wear 37% Stripping 17% Bit balling 5% Note: Table made from pie chart.
PDC bit is a type of bit which consists of multiple Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) cutters attached to the bit body and cut through rocks by shearing action between the cutters and the rock.
The biggest problem I see with folks using hand-checkering tools such as those made by Gunline or Dembart is that they are not as careful with the cutters as they should be.
In order to deepen the grooves in the bore with successive passes of the rifling cutter box, paper shims were placed under the cutters when enough material had been scraped away from the groove bottoms to cause the cutter to become loose.
Auto-adjusting, close-quarters tubing cutters aren't new.
Also shown at WESTEC was the carbide-tipped Holcutter Sheet Metal Cutters available in sizes from 11/16" through 3" diameters.
Leitz introduces a new generation of spiral cutters, combining the essential features of roughing and finishing router cutters in one tool.
Barbara Paisner of Clinton has a passion for cookie cutters.
Where once TM cutters handled but a narrow slice of automotive-type roughing on cast iron and niche heavy steel machining, today's TM cutters also profile, plunge, finish mill, and slot.
Flexco has improved two of its belt cutters, providing safe, accurate square cuts for belts with thicknesses up to 1 in.
Food Tools of USA, specialists in the art of food portioning, have developed a range of cutters for the cheese and butter manufacturers.