Cut off - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈkət ˈɒf|  American pronunciation of the word cut off
Brit.  |ˈkʌtɒf|  British pronunciation of the word cut off


- make a break in (syn: break up, disrupt, interrupt)
- cease, stop (syn: cut)
- remove by or as if by cutting (syn: chop off)
cut off the ear
- cut off and stop (syn: cut out)
- break a small piece off from (syn: break off, chip, knap)
- remove surgically (syn: amputate)


- detached by cutting (syn: severed)

Extra examples

The army was cut off from its supplies.

Last night's severe snowstorm cut off three villages.

The electricity supply will be cut off if we don't pay our bill.

Cut off now before the shop closes.

...the majority party cut off debate and forced a vote on the bill...

...the dog cut off the one sheep that had to be sheared...

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