having been cut out;
"the cut-out pieces of the dress"
delete or remove;
"Cut out the extra text"
"cut out the newspaper article"
form and create by cutting out;
"Picasso cut out a guitar from a piece of paper"
cut off and stop;
"The bicyclist was cut out by the van"
strike or cancel by or as if by rubbing or crossing out;
"scratch out my name on that list"
intercept (a player)
"The pump suddenly cut out"
- You need a sharp knife to cut through the knot.
- We are cut off in the middle of our conversation.
- I cut out the paragraph in this article.
- Remove Out of Focus Areas Brush.
- My father has cut off the supplies.
- He sat out the bombardment in the trench.
- Signal lights on cars have edged out hand signals.
- The theatre is losing out to television.
- This piece of cloth will cut up into three suits.
- Cut out the fur, attaching with hot glue.