Commonly Used Phrasal Verbs with CUT in English with Meaning and Examples.
List of useful Phrasal Verbs with CUT.
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- Meaning: Reduce spending
- Example: We need to cut back heavily on office supplies. Is there another vendor we can use?
- Meaning: Reduce consumption
- Example: He needs to cut back on doughnuts. He weighs 289 pounds!
- Meaning: Bring down by cutting
- Example: They want to cut down several trees to make room for the parking lot.
- Meaning: Reduce the amount of something
- Example: He wants to cut down on extra steps.
- Meaning: Stop providing funds to someone
- Example: His parents cut him off to encourage him to find a job.
- Meaning: End abruptly
- Example: My phone call was cut off before I could get the information.
- Meaning: Interrupt (someone speaking)
- Example: That dingbat cut me off as I was about to conclude my theses.
- Meaning: Turn off or switch off (an electrical device)
- Example: Cut off the lamp so I can get some sleep.
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- Meaning: Refrain from (doing something, using something etc.), to stop/cease (doing something)
- Example: He had to cut out smoking in order to be prepared for the marathon.
- Meaning: Remove, omit
- Example: If we cut out the middle-man, we will both have better profits.
- Meaning: Separate from a herd
- Example: The cowboy cut out the unbranded heifers.
- Meaning: Stop working, to switch off; (of a person on the telephone etc.) to be inaudible, be disconnected
- Example: It was around then that the engine suddenly cut out.
- Meaning: Leave suddenly
- Example: He must have cut out of the party.
- Meaning: Arrange
- Example: He has his work cut out for him.
- Meaning: Deal with an issue quickly
- Example: Can we cut through the bureaucracy and make a decision on the spot?
- Meaning: Take a shortcut through
- Example: I usually cut through the woods to get home, but last night it was too dark.
- Meaning: Cut into smaller pieces, parts, or sections
- Example: With a little practice, you can cut up a whole chicken yourself for frying.
- Meaning: Lacerate; wound by multiple lacerations; injure or damage by cutting, or as if by cutting
- Example: The attackers cut him up pretty bad.
- Meaning: Severely criticize or censure; to subject to hostile criticism
- Example: The reviewer cut up the book mercilessly.
- Meaning: Comprise a particular selection of runners
- Example: The race has cut up badly with no real opposition to Serendipity.
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