cut-out definition

  • noun:
    • a computer device that disconnects an electric powered circuit
    • A switch found in telegraphy to improve the present from 1 circuit to another, and for shortening a circuit.
    • a place or opening produced when one thing is removed by cutting; the piece so cut fully out
    • a railway cutting
    • the split of several cattle from a herd; where they truly are collected
    • A trusted middleman, especially in espionage
    • A species of switch for switching the existing in one circuit to a different, or even for reducing a circuit.
    • a computer device for breaking or splitting a portion of circuit.
    • some thing cut-out from another object, specifically some thick paper or cardboard with a picture on it (since people or other object), embedded in a larger sheet of paper and having perforations around the sides associated with figure to permit simple elimination from larger sheet.
    • A valve in the fatigue system of an interior combustion engine which, whenever activated, allows the exhaust gases to bypass the muffler.
    • some sort of switch employed to get in touch the electric wires passing through a telegraph-instrument, an electric light, etc., and cut fully out the tool or perhaps the light through the circuit.
    • A clutch; a tool for mechanically connecting or disconnecting two pieces.
    • a photograph where the background has-been cut away
    • part which cut right out or is intended to be cut out
    • a switch that interrupts an electric powered circuit in the eventuality of an overload
    • a tool that disconnects an electric circuit
    • A switch utilized in telegraphy to improve the current from one circuit to a different, or even for reducing a circuit.
    • a place or gap produced whenever some thing is removed by cutting; the piece so cut fully out
    • a railway cutting
    • the separation of several cattle from a herd; the place where they are gathered
    • a reliable middleman, especially in espionage
    • A species of switch for changing the present in one circuit to some other, and for reducing a circuit.
    • a computer device for breaking or dividing a percentage of circuit.
    • Something cut right out from another item, specially an item of thick paper or cardboard with a photo upon it (as of one or other object), embedded in a larger sheet of paper and achieving perforations all over sides of figure to permit simple removal through the bigger sheet.
    • A valve when you look at the exhaust system of an inside combustion motor which, whenever activated, permits the exhaust fumes to bypass the muffler.
    • a type of switch employed for connecting the electric wires moving through a telegraph-instrument, a power light, etc., and cut fully out the instrument or the light from circuit.
    • A clutch; a tool for mechanically linking or disconnecting two pieces.
    • a photograph from which the backdrop has-been cut away
    • a part that's cut-out or perhaps is designed to be cut out
    • a switch that interrupts a power circuit in the case of an overload
  • verb:
    • strike or terminate by or just as if by scrubbing or crossing out
    • cut-off preventing
    • intercept (a person)
    • delete or remove
    • stop operating
    • form and create by eliminating
    • strike or terminate by or as if by rubbing or crossing-out
    • cut-off preventing
    • intercept (a new player)
    • delete or remove
    • cease operating
    • type and produce by eliminating
  • adjective:
    • having been cut out
    • having already been cut-out

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