Definition of cut into in English:

cut into

Interrupt the course of: Victoria’s words cut into her thoughts
More example sentences
  • They cut into course tutor time and need costly equipment and materials to make them of value to the young people.
  • It must be the margaritas, but I think it also has something to do with cutting into Krum's writing time.
  • I'll probably take it again someday, but not when it is cutting into my walking and socializing time.
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