Definition of cut-down in English:

cut-down

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adjective

  • Reduced in scope or length: it’s a cut-down version of a DTP program
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    • The naturists’ preferred sport is mini-ten, a cut-down version of tennis.
    • We lose, we pay you whatever you want for a cut-down version and no tech support.
    • It's only when mums and dads dress their offspring as cut-down versions of themselves that those same vanities start to become a little worrying.

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Pronunciation: kəːf
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a slit made by cutting with a saw