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Cut Off — synonyms, definition
1. cut off (Verb)
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cut off (Verb) — Make a break in.
ex. "We cut off the program for the following messages"
cut off (Verb) — Cease, stop.
ex. "cut off the noise"
cut off (Verb) — Remove by or as if by cutting.
ex. "cut off the ear"
cut off (Verb) — Cut off and stop.
ex. "The bicyclist was cut off by the van"
cut off (Verb) — Break a small piece off from.
ex. "cut off the glass"
cut off (Verb) — (medicine) remove surgically.
ex. "cut off limbs"
13 types of
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2. cut off (Adjective)
cut off (Adjective) — Detached by cutting.
ex. "a cut off head"
3. cut off (Noun)
cut off (Noun) — A designated limit beyond which something cannot function or must be terminated.
cut off (Noun) — A route shorter than the usual one.
cut off (Noun) — A device that terminates the flow in a pipe.
5 types of
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