Definition of 'cut out'
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The sound cut out across the waters, a welcome home for a hero. LET NOT THE DEEPAnd perhaps if she was so easily put off she was not really cut out for motherhood. NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIESI imagine Philip Richmond was pretty miffed at being cut out of his father's will. THE BOOK LADY
August hoped it would be live; there was less chance of getting edited, important words cut out. TOUCH (1987)
There was no waitress in sight, so he got up and went towards the brightness of the cut-out bar window and bought himself a beer. DANSVILLE (2002)The note was prepared from cut-out words from newspapers, roughly glued to the paper. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY (2002)
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Translations for 'cut out'
British English: cut out ADJECTIVE
If you are not cut out for a particular type of work, you do not have the qualities that are needed to be able to do it well.
I left medicine anyway. I wasn't really cut out for it.
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