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cut-down British & World English

Reduced in scope or length

cut British & World English

Reduce the amount or quantity of

cut something down in cut British & World English

Cause something to fall by cutting it through at the base

cut someone down in cut British & World English

(Of a weapon, bullet, or disease) kill or injure someone

cut someone down to size British & World English

Deflate someone’s exaggerated sense of self-worth

cut something down to size British & World English

Reduce the size or power of something, for example an organization, which is regarded as having become too large or powerful

downcut British & World English

(Of a river) erode downwards through its bed

cut someone off in their prime British & World English

Bring someone’s life or career to an abrupt end while they are at the peak of their abilities

cut someone down to size in cut British & World English

Deflate someone’s exaggerated sense of self-worth

cut something down to size in cut British & World English

Reduce the size or power of something, for example an organization, which is regarded as having become too large or powerful

cut someone off in their prime in cut British & World English

Bring someone’s life or career to an abrupt end while they are at the peak of their abilities

cut someone/something down in cut English Thesaurus

24 hectares of trees were cut down