cutting

1) выемка, траншея
2) резка; фрезерование
3) мн. ч. обрезки; стружки; хворост
- approach cutting - autogenous cutting - bench cutting - concrete cutting - electric arc cutting - flame cutting - gas cutting - hand cutting - laser cutting - manual cutting - mitre cutting - open cutting - oxy-acetylene cutting - rivet cutting - underwater cutting
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выемка

cutting down trees — срезка [спиливание] деревьев

cutting in — вытягивание филёнки (малярные работы)

cutting off wood pile — обрезка [срезка] деревянной сваи

cutting on hill-side — железнодорожное полотно в полке

cutting out of the defective concrete — вырубка [вырезка] дефектных мест на бетонных поверхностях

- back cutting
- concrete cutting
- glass cutting
- high pressure waterjet cutting
- pattern cutting
- saw cutting
- saw cutting of joints
- steel cutting and bending
- top and bottom cutting

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

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