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  1. cutoff

    • IPA[ˈkədäf]

    美式

    • adj.
      of or constituting a limit;(of a device) producing an interruption or cessation of a power or fuel supply
    • n.
      a point or level that is a designated limit of something;an act of stopping or interrupting the supply or provision of something
    • noun: cut-off, plural noun: cut-offs

    • 釋義

    形容詞

    • 1. of or constituting a limit the cutoff date to register is July 2
    • 2. (of a device) producing an interruption or cessation of a power or fuel supply a cutoff valve
    • 3. (of an item of clothing) having been cut short a cutoff T-shirt
    • 4. (of a person) isolated from or no longer having access to someone or something aid to the cutoff troops in the north

    名詞

    • 1. a point or level that is a designated limit of something 1 p.m. is the cutoff for being out of the woods
    • 2. an act of stopping or interrupting the supply or provision of something a cutoff of aid would be a disaster
    • a device for producing an interruption or cessation of a power or fuel supply.
    • a sudden drop in amplification or responsiveness of an electric device at a certain frequency a cutoff frequency of 8 Hz
    • the stopping of the supply of steam to the cylinders of a steam engine when the piston has traveled a set percentage of its stroke.
    • 3. shorts made by cutting off the legs of a pair of jeans or other trousers above or at the knee and leaving the edges unhemmed.
    • 4. North American a shortcut.
    • 5. a pattern of a meandering stream in which a channel cuts a new course to bypass a meander bend.
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