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cut off

  • 1 cut off [something], cut [something] off 1.1 (remove)
    couper (hair, piece, slice, top, corner)
    enlever (excess, crusts)
    to cut off one's finger
    se couper le doigt
    to cut off somebody's head/fingers
    couper la tête/les doigts à quelqu'un
    she had all her hair cut off
    elle s'est fait couper les cheveux très court
    1.2 (reduce) to cut 1% off inflation
    réduire l'inflation de 1%
    they've cut 10% off their prices
    ils ont baissé leurs prix de 10%
    it cut 20 minutes off the journey
    cela a raccourci le trajet de 20 minutes
    she cut ten seconds off the world record
    elle a amélioré le record mondial de dix secondes
    1.3 (disconnect)
    couper (gas, power, telephone, water, supply lines)
  • 2 cut off [something] 2.1 (suspend)
    supprimer (allowance, grant)
    suspendre (financial aid)
    2.2 (isolate)
    (tide, army)
    couper (area, town)
    2.3 (block)
    bloquer (retreat, escape route)
  • 3 cut [somebody] off 3.1 (Telecommunications)
    couper quelqu'un
    3.2 (disinherit)
    déshériter quelqu'un
    he cut me off without a penny
    il ne m'a pas laissé un sou
    3.3 (interrupt)
    interrompre quelqu'un
    she cut me off in mid-phrase
    elle m'a interrompu en plein milieu d'une phrase
  • 4 cut [somebody] off, cut off [somebody] (isolate)
    (group, person)
    couper (person)
    to be cut off by the tide
    se faire surprendre par la marée
    to feel cut off
    se sentir isolé
    to cut oneself off
    se couper (from de)
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cut-off
British English: /ˈkʌtɒf/
American English: /ˈkədɑf/

noun

also: cut-offs plural noun

  • jean (m) coupé

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