Cut it out.
The bank rate cut is expected to relieve the severe financial squeeze that has hit industry.
My neighbor rejected my request to cut his tree.
Do you use fingernail clippers to cut your toenails?
We are going to make up for lost time by taking a short cut.
Tom has been running around the office like a chicken with its head cut off.
Education about birth control might help cut down on adolescent pregnancies.
That knife wasn't sharp and I couldn't cut the meat with it, so I resorted to using my pocket knife.
If a cut is bleeding, put pressure on it.
I was about to reply, when he boldly cut in.
People take electricity for granted until its supply is cut off.
I think that girl cut her hair to give herself a new look.
You smoke far too much. You should cut back.
Instead of laying off these workers, why don't we just cut their hours?
Cut out the nonsense, will you?
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2. cut cut cut
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slash price, slash calories
You can't expect the vendors to slash their prices.
There are two slashes after the letters http: in the web address.
And you say that these slashes were not deep.
slash its dividend
In the Middle Ages, one slash represented a comma, and two slashes represented a dash
... next 60 seconds and we'll slash a payment and send...
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4. Cut down
I think you should cut down hours you spend in front of TV.
I'm trying to cut down on caffeine. She used to work 50 hours a week, but recently she's cut down.
My doctor says I should cut down on cigarettes. Cut down on fatty foods if you want to lose weight.
What can we do to cut down the expenses?
I have to cut down to one cup of coffee a day
We need to cut down on junk food
cut down a tree
phr v /kʌt daʊn ɒn/ I need to cut down on sugar and fat to lose weight.
Ian cut down the tall trees around his garden to make it brighter.
If you want to lose weight try to cut down on fatty snacks such as crisps
cut down on chocolate
Do you think it's easier to cut down on smoking or to cut it out (or give it up) altogether?
They cut down staff and he was the one to go.
I've spend far too much money this month- I really must cut down
cut down on fatty foods
The grass needs cutting.
The grass was left long and weedy in the slate walk, and very often he wasn't cutting the grass on the other side of the hedge by the road at all.
To tell you the truth, I'd tell Tony I'm going back to cutting the grass myself again next year, except for one thing.
You can avoid foodborne illness by having separate cutting boards for meat and vegetables.
a cutting with prices of local and long distance calls
Chinese food was served in small portions which did not require cutting with a knife or fork.
The house isn't huge and it's on about two-thirds of an acre, and when we first bought it I spent several hours every week getting the lawnmower fixed and cutting the lawn, in that order.
He's charging me roughly four times as much as he charged when he started cutting my lawn.
I received an advisory notice about my electricity cutting off this month.
In an all-American cast, the Sheriff’s cutting British accent marks him out as the perfect villain.
Cutting corners will save you money in the short-run but cost you customers in the long-run.
In about the fifth year I decided cutting the grass was something I didn't want to do any more of.
Rather than cutting down on cigarettes, sir, why don't you just give them up?
a cutting remark is cruel and intended to upset someone