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cut outphrasal verb
if a motor or an engine cuts out, it suddenly stops working related noun cutoutjump to other results
to not allow someone to be involved in something Don't cut your parents out of your lives. Furious, his mother cut him out of her will (= refused to let him receive any of her property after she died).jump to other results
cut somebodyout (of something)
- 1to make something by cutting She cut the dress out of some old material. (figurative) He's cut out a niche for himself (= found a suitable job) in journalism. related noun cutout
- 2(informal) used to tell someone to stop doing or saying something annoying I'm sick of you two arguing—just cut it out!
- 3to leave something out of a piece of writing, etc. synonym omit I would cut out the part about working as a waitress.
- 4to block something, especially light Tall trees cut out the sunlight.
- 1to remove something from something larger by cutting, usually with scissors I cut this article out of the newspaper.
- 2to stop doing, using, or eating something I've been advised to cut sugar out of my diet.