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The Cut may refer to:
- The Cut, London, a street in London
- The Cut, Berkshire, a river in Berkshire, England
- Maryland House of Correction or "The Cut", Jessup, Maryland, U.S.
- "The Cut" or Downshire Bridge, Banbridge, Northern Ireland
- The Cut (theatre), a theater in Halesworth, Suffolk
- The Cut (1998 U.S. TV series), talent show hosted by Lisa Lopes
- The Cut (2005 U.S. TV series), reality show for fashion designers
- The Cut (Australian TV series), drama series starring John Wood (2009)
- The Cut (UK TV series), British teen drama television series (September 2009-December 2010)
- The Cut (2007 film), a 2007 South Korean film
- The Cut (2014 film), a 2014 film by Fatih Akın, starring Tahar Rahim
- The Cut (play), by Mark Ravenhill
- "The Cut", novel by George Pelecanos (2011)
- The Cut, fashion blog maintained by New York magazine
- The Cut (golf magazine), golf magazine in New Zealand
- Cut (logic programming) or "The cut", a command in Prolog
- "The cut", in golf terminology, the elimination from a tournament of the worst-scoring golfers
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