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  • 1 cut-out — cut outs 1) N COUNT A cardboard cut out is a shape that has been cut from thick card. You d swear he was a cardboard cut out except that he d moved his rifle... You can have your picture taken with a cutout of David Beckham. 2) N COUNT: oft N n A …

    English dictionary

  • 2 Cut-out — may refer to: Cutout animation Cutout (electric power distribution), a combination fuse and knife switch used on power poles Cut out (espionage), a mechanism used to pass information Cut out (recording industry), deeply discounted or remaindered… …

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  • 3 Cut-Out — Le cut out est une technique d animation. Comme une marionnette, un personnage en cut out est fait à partir de plusieurs parties indépendantes, telles que des mains, des bras, d une tête, des jambes et des pieds. Ces pièces sont liées ensemble en …

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  • 4 cut out — (something) to end or stop something. You should cut out eating ice cream and get more exercise. We cut out cable TV and have saved a lot of money. She wants to cut meat out of her diet altogether …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 5 Cut-out — (k[u^]t out ), n. (a) 1. (Telegraphy) A species of switch for changing the current from one circuit to another, or for shortening a circuit. (b) (Elec.) A device for breaking or separating a portion of circuit. [1913 Webster] 2. Something cut out …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 Cut Out — Cut In ist eine Kameratechnik, bei der nach einem Schnitt ohne Positionsveränderung ein kleinerer Bildausschnitt gezeigt wird. Gegenteilig wird der Begriff Cut Out verwendet. Diese Technik des abgestuften Zoomens wird häufig angewandt, wenn man… …

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 7 cut|out — «KUHT OWT», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a shape or design to be cut out of paper, cloth, cardboard, wood, or plastic: »Some books for children have cutouts to be removed and pasted together. The shoes had cutouts and little heels (New York Times). 2 …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 8 cut-out — ► NOUN 1) a shape cut out of board or another material. 2) a hole cut for decoration or to allow the insertion of something. 3) a device that automatically breaks an electric circuit for safety …

    English terms dictionary

  • 9 cut out — index bowdlerize, delete, eliminate (eradicate), eviscerate, excise (cut away), expel, expurgate, exti …

    Law dictionary

  • 10 cut out — ► cut out 1) exclude (someone). 2) (of an engine) suddenly stop operating. Main Entry: ↑cut …

    English terms dictionary

  • 11 cut out — [v] excise, remove carve, cease, delete, displace, eliminate, exclude, exsect, extirpate, extract, give up, oust, pull out, refrain from, sever, stop, supersede, supplant, usurp; concept 211 Ant. add, include …

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  • 12 cut out — I verb 1. delete or remove (Freq. 2) Cut out the extra text cut out the newspaper article • Derivationally related forms: ↑cutout • Hypernyms: ↑extinguish, ↑ …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 13 cut out — ADJ: usu with brd neg, v link ADJ, ADJ for n, ADJ to inf 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... He… …

    English dictionary

  • 14 cut out — phrasal verb Word forms cut out : present tense I/you/we/they cut out he/she/it cuts out present participle cutting out past tense cut out past participle cut out 1) a) [transitive] to remove something from a larger piece by cutting cut something …

    English dictionary

  • 15 cut\ out — I. v slang 1. To stop; quit. All right, now let s cut out the talking. He was teasing the dog and Joe told him to cut it out. Compare: break up(3) 2. To displace in favor. Tony cut Ed out with Mary. John cut out two or three other men in trying… …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 16 cut out — adj. suited 1) cut out for (she wasn t cut out for this job) 2) cut out to + inf. (I wasn t cut out to be an administrator) v. (D; tr.) to cut out from (to cut an article out from the newspaper) * * * [ kʌt aʊt] (D; tr.) to cut out from (to cut… …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 17 cut out — I. verb Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. to form by erosion 2. to determine or assign through necessity < you ve got your work cut out for you > 3. to take the place of ; supplant 4. to put an end to ; desist from …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 18 cut out(2) — {adj.} 1. Made ready; given for action; facing. * /Mary agreed to stay with her teacher s children all day; she did not know what was cut out for her./ Often used in the phrase have one s work cut out for one. * /If Mr. Perkins wants to become a… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 19 cut out(2) — {adj.} 1. Made ready; given for action; facing. * /Mary agreed to stay with her teacher s children all day; she did not know what was cut out for her./ Often used in the phrase have one s work cut out for one. * /If Mr. Perkins wants to become a… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 20 cut out — 1) the lifeboat s engines cut out Syn: stop working, stop, fail, give out, break down; informal die, give up the ghost, conk out 2) cut out all the diseased wood Syn: remove, take out, excise, extract; …

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