cutout definition

  • noun:
    • Something cut fully out or meant to be cut right out from something else.
    • Electricity a tool that interrupts, bypasses, or disconnects a circuit or circuit element.
    • A recording that's no more existing and whose staying stock comes at a discounted price.
    • Slang A mutually reliable intermediary which handles communications between espionage agents.
    • Something that was cut-out from something different
    • Any of several devices that halt the circulation of a present, specifically an electric powered existing
    • An intermediary whom communicates between people in a clandestine business
    • A free-standing, rigid print (usu. life-sized), usually employed for promotional functions
    • Clip art
    • One thing cut right out or meant to be cut right out from another thing.
    • Electricity A device that interrupts, bypasses, or disconnects a circuit or circuit element.
    • A recording this is certainly not any longer current and whoever remaining stock comes at a discounted cost.
    • Slang A mutually trusted intermediary whom manages communications between espionage representatives.
    • something which is cut fully out from something else
    • Any of a few products that halt the circulation of a present, specially an electric powered current
    • An intermediary whom communicates between members of a clandestine business
    • A free-standing, rigid print (usu. life-sized), often used for advertising purposes
    • Clip art

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