Definición de cut in en inglés:

cut in

1Interrupt someone while they are speaking: ‘It’s urgent,’ Raoul cut in
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I began reading off of the script, before she cut in.
  • Alison opened her mouth to begin explaining, but Lily cut in.
  • The other woman began to protest, but the girl cut in.
Sinónimos
interrupt, butt in, break in, interject, interpose, chime in
British informal chip in
2Pull in too closely in front of another vehicle after having overtaken it: she cut in on a station wagon, forcing the driver to brake
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Imagine cruising along at 200 km/h plus when a vehicle travelling at 160 cuts in front of you.
  • Half-listening, I braked as a decidedly more upmarket vehicle cut in front of the van, giving the driver the finger as he peeled off into the surge of traffic up ahead.
  • They became upset when the two military policemen who were riding a motorcycle ignored all the vehicles lined up for gas and cut in front of their car.
3(Of a motor or other mechanical device) begin operating, especially when triggered automatically by an electrical signal: emergency generators cut in
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Nerves began cutting in and he shuffled his feet.
  • Moving back up the other side of the finger to about 15m, the fun began as the current cut in and we headed rapidly over a seascape of hard and soft coral outcrops.
  • So this morning, my high-speed Internet connection suddenly begins cutting in and out, mostly out.
4 dated Interrupt a dancing couple to take over from one partner: Saturday night she goes to an informal dance where men are rare and any girl may cut in
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Isn't it customary to ask the person's dancing partner before cutting in?
  • He eventually came to his senses and cut in between my dancing partner and I.
  • During slow song number four a red-haired girl asked to cut in.
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Palabra del día punctum
Pronunciación: ˈpʌŋ(k)təm
noun
a small, distinct point