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  1. cut off

    • ph.
      remove something using a sharp implement;stop the provision of something, especially power or water
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    • 1. remove something using a sharp implement
    • 2. stop the provision of something, especially power or water
    • 3. prevent someone from receiving or being provided with something, especially power or water
    • 4. prevent someone from having access to somewhere or someone
    • 5. block the usual means of access to a place
    • 6. interrupt someone while they are speaking
    • 7. interrupt someone during a phone call by breaking the connection
    • 8. reject someone as one's heir; disinherit someone
    • 9. drive aggressively into the path of another driver while overtaking
    • n.
      a point or level which is a designated limit of something: 2,500 g is the standard cut-off below which infants are categorized as ‘low birthweight’ the cut-off date to register is July 2

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    • ph.
      interrupt someone while they are speaking

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    • ph.
      block the usual means of access to a place

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    • ph.
      interrupt someone while they are speaking

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      bring someone's life or career to an abrupt end while they are at the peak of their abilities

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    • ph.
      bring someone's life or career to an abrupt end while they are at the peak of their abilities

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    • ph.
      forestall someone or something

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    • ph.
      forestall someone or something

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    • ph.
      remove something using a sharp implement

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