cut out definition

  • adjective:
    • Well suited; appropriate; complement a particular task or purpose.
    • suitable; appropriate; fit for a specific task or purpose.
  • verb:
    • Used besides as an idiom: see slice,‎ aside.
    • To try to avoid (doing anything, using something etc.), to stop/cease (performing something).
    • To remove, omit.
    • To oust, to restore.
    • to separate your lives from a herd.
    • To stop working, to switch off; (of people on the telephone etc.) becoming inaudible, be disconnected.
    • To leave all of a sudden.
    • To arrange.
    • To intercept
    • Pre-owned aside from as an idiom: see cut,‎ down.
    • To keep from (performing something, making use of one thing etc.), to stop/cease (performing one thing).
    • to eliminate, omit.
    • To oust, to displace.
    • To separate from a herd.
    • To stop working, to switch off; (of an individual regarding phone etc.) becoming inaudible, be disconnected.
    • To leave suddenly.
    • to prepare.
    • To intercept

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