Definición de cut loose en inglés:

cut loose

1Distance or free oneself from a person, group, or system: he was a young teenager, already cutting loose from his family
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • With contemporary credit systems cut loose from both traditional inherent constraints and central bank controls, the analytical focus changes.
  • In the attic, he sits on the floor, leaning into the blue light from his laptop and reads the first chapter out loud, a magical, surreal, poetic story, crammed with detail and cut loose from traditional boring fiction.
  • But no other team looks poised to run away with the title, unlike last season when Hartlepool and Rushden raced clear, and the campaign before when Plymouth and Luton cut loose from the chasing pack.
1.1Begin to act without restraint: when Mannion cut loose the home side collapsed to 127 all out
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Your writer had a great time, attempting to show suitable restraint at lunch but then cutting loose a bit more at dinner.
  • Carreras really cut loose in this repertoire; Heppner is more restrained, and that's valid too, albeit not as exciting.
  • But major travel, that's cutting loose, letting go of all which is familiar and severing links with those fragile concepts of self, personal history, attachments and stability.
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Palabra del día internecine
Pronunciación: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
adjective
destructive to both sides in a conflict