Definition of 'cut in'
Example sentences containing 'cut in'
He turned over and waited for the answering machine to cut in.COMPULSION FINAL RESORT
The bilge pumps had cut in now, their high-pitched whine distinctive over the deeper roar of the main engines.LET NOT THE DEEP
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Definition of cut in from the Collins English Dictionary
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