Definition of 'cut off'
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She fought her way down it to the fence which cut off both gardens from the motor road. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOLShe struggled to shout, but the hand covered her mouth, almost cut off her breath. AFTERMATH (2001)A torso with the left leg missing, the right cut off at the thigh, no arms, no head. DOUBTFUL MOTIVES
The table lurched as a young man in cut-off faded jeans leant his weight on it. THE QUEST FOR K (2001)Nick was smoking, wearing wet cut-off jeans, his body skinny and pale. LOST SUMMER (2001)
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Translations for 'cut off'
British English: cut off /kʌt ɒf/ VERB
If you cut something off, you remove it with a knife or a similar tool.
She cut off a large piece of meat.
- American English: cut off
- Arabic: يَقْطَعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: interromper
- Chinese: 中断
- Croatian: odsjeći
- Czech: uříznout
- Danish: skære af
- Dutch: afsnijden
- European Spanish: cortar
- Finnish: leikata
- French: couper
- German: abschneiden
- Greek: αποκόπτω
- Italian: tagliar via
- Japanese: 切り離す
- Korean: 잘라 버리다
- Norwegian: kappe av
- Polish: odciąć
- European Portuguese: cortar
- Romanian: a tăia
- Russian: отрезать
- Spanish: cortar
- Swedish: skära av
- Thai: ตัดทิ้ง
- Turkish: kesmek
- Ukrainian: відрізати
- Vietnamese: cắt đứt
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Definition of cut off from the Collins English Dictionary
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