cut off definición, cut off significado | diccionario de inglés definición

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cut off  


      vb   tr, adv  
1    to remove by cutting  
2    to intercept or interrupt something, esp. a telephone conversation  
3    to discontinue the supply of  
to cut off the water     
4    to bring to an end  
5    to deprive of rights; disinherit  
she was cut off without a penny     
6    to sever or separate  
she was cut off from her family     
7    to occupy a position so as to prevent or obstruct (a retreat or escape)  
      n  
  cutoff  
8   
a    the act of cutting off; limit or termination  
b    (as modifier)  
the cutoff point     
9      (Chiefly U.S.)   a route or way that is shorter than the usual one; short cut  
10    a device to terminate the flow of a fluid in a pipe or duct  
11    the remnant of metal, plastic, etc., left after parts have been machined or trimmed  
12      (Electronics)  
a    the value of voltage, frequency, etc., below or above which an electronic device cannot function efficiently  
b    (as modifier)  
cutoff voltage     
13    a channel cutting across the neck of a meander, which leaves an oxbow lake  
14    another name for oxbow (the lake)  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
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cut off  

1    disconnect, intercept, interrupt, intersect  
2    bring to an end, discontinue, halt, obstruct, suspend  
3    isolate, separate, sever  
4    disinherit, disown, renounce  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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cut  
      vb  
1    chop, cleave, divide, gash, incise, lacerate, lance, nick, notch, penetrate, pierce, score, sever, slash, slice, slit, wound  
2    carve, chip, chisel, chop, engrave, fashion, form, inscribe, saw, sculpt, sculpture, shape, whittle  
3    clip, dock, fell, gather, hack, harvest, hew, lop, mow, pare, prune, reap, saw down, shave, snip, trim  
4    contract, cut back, decrease, diminish, downsize, ease up on, lower, rationalize, reduce, slash, slim (down)  
5    abbreviate, abridge, condense, curtail, delete, edit out, excise, precis, shorten  
6      (often with)       through, off, or across   bisect, carve, cleave, cross, dissect, divide, interrupt, intersect, part, segment, sever, slice, split, sunder  
7    avoid, cold-shoulder, freeze (someone) out     (informal)   grieve, hurt, ignore, insult, look straight through (someone), pain, put down, send to Coventry, slight, snub, spurn, sting, turn one's back on, wound  
      n  
8    gash, graze, groove, incision, laceration, nick, rent, rip, slash, slit, snip, stroke, wound  
9    cutback, decrease, decrement, diminution, economy, fall, lowering, reduction, saving  
10      (informal)   chop     (slang)   division, kickback     (chiefly U.S.)   percentage, piece, portion, rake-off     (slang)   section, share, slice  
11    configuration, fashion, form, look, mode, shape, style  
12    a cut above        (informal)   better than, higher than, more capable than, more competent than, more efficient than, more reliable than, more trustworthy than, more useful than, superior to  
13    cut and dried        (informal)   automatic, fixed, organized, prearranged, predetermined, settled, sorted out     (informal)  
  
Antonyms     
  
5    add to, augment, enlarge, expand, extend, fill out, increase  
7    accept gladly, embrace, greet, hail, receive, welcome with open arms  


clean-cut     
chiselled, clear, definite, etched, neat, outlined, sharp, trim, well-defined  
clear-cut     
black-and-white, cut-and-dried     (informal)   definite, explicit, plain, precise, specific, straightforward, unambiguous, unequivocal  
cut along     
dash (off), fly, go, hurry (away), leave, press on  
cut back     
check, curb, decrease, downsize, draw or pull in one's horns     (informal)   economize, lessen, lower, prune, reduce, retrench, slash, trim  
cut down  
1    fell, hew, level, lop, raze  
2      (sometimes with)       on   decrease, lessen, lower, reduce  
3    blow away     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   dispatch, kill, massacre, mow down, slaughter, slay     (archaic)   take out     (slang)  
4    cut (someone) down to size      abash, humiliate, make (someone) look small, take the wind out of (someone's) sails  
cut in     
break in, butt in, interpose, interrupt, intervene, intrude, move in     (informal)  
cut off  
1    disconnect, intercept, interrupt, intersect  
2    bring to an end, discontinue, halt, obstruct, suspend  
3    isolate, separate, sever  
4    disinherit, disown, renounce  
cut out  
1    cease, delete, extract, give up, kick     (informal)   refrain from, remove, sever, stop  
2      (informal)   displace, eliminate, exclude, oust, supersede, supplant  
cut out for     
adapted, adequate, competent, designed, eligible, equipped, fitted, qualified, suitable, suited  
cut-price     
bargain, cheap, cheapo     (informal)   cut-rate     (chiefly U.S.)   reduced, sale  
cut short     
abort, break off, bring to an end, check, dock, halt, interrupt, leave unfinished, postpone, pull the plug on, stop, terminate, truncate  
cut-throat  
      n  
1    assassin, bravo, butcher, executioner, heavy     (slang)   hit man     (slang)   homicide, killer, liquidator, murderer, slayer     (archaic)   thug  
      adj  
2    barbarous, bloodthirsty, bloody, cruel, death-dealing, ferocious, homicidal, murderous, savage, thuggish, violent  
3    competitive, dog-eat-dog, fierce, relentless, ruthless, unprincipled  
cut up  
      vb  
1    carve, chop, dice, divide, mince, slice  
2    injure, knife, lacerate, slash, wound  
3      (informal)   blast, criticize, crucify     (slang)   give (someone or something) a rough ride, lambast(e), pan     (informal)   put down, ridicule, slate     (informal)   tear into     (informal)   vilify  
      adj  
4      (informal)   agitated, dejected, desolated, distressed, disturbed, heartbroken, stricken, upset, wretched  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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n.
very short haircut
n.
to release sth that is tied up
v.
wave hand as a sign of rejection, disapproval or lack of interest
v.
to depend on something or on someone to cover the basic expenses
E.g.: He lived off the money he inherited from his father while he had been working as a volunteer.
exp.
A thing which ought to be perfectly vertical but which through fault is slanting is said to be off plumb.
exp.
expression meaning that a situation is no longer certain or predictable and that anything can happen
originating from horse racing where "all bets are off" indicated that bets already made were null due to various unpredicted factors
exp.
live without being connected to one of more public utilities (such as water, electric power)
exp.
laughing my fucking ass off
[Slang];[Arg.]
exp.
mislead someone; deliberately provide wrong information to forbid someone from knowing the truth
E.g.: They are no longer in town, but hey left their car in front of the house just to put everybody off the scent.
exp.
get well with someone from the very beginning of the relationship
used when referring to romantic relationship, but also in a larger meaning: He hit it off with his teacher; he will continue taking classes with her.
n.
a body part is a part of a human body, usually one that has been cut or torn from the body in a violent incident (such as an accident, an explosion, etc)
exp.
go away idiot, fool ; leave me alone idiot, fool ; fuck you idiot, fool ; fuck off idiot, fool.
[Slang];[Vulg.]
n.
military aviation term: loss of visual reference during take-off or landing due to the sand or dust

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