Definition of cutback
1 : something cut back
2 : reduction a cutback in funding
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The Croatian timed his cutback to perfection in the 64th to allow Ronaldo to ghost in between Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini and slot in at the near post.
The cutbacks take effect July 10 and last through Sept. 1.
Critics on social media, meanwhile, questioned whether British Airways deserved to claim itself as the U.K.’s flag carrier after the perpetual cutbacks.
Critics on social media, meanwhile, questioned whether British Airways deserved to claim itself as the U.K.'s flag carrier after the perpetual cutbacks.
Mostly, the job cutbacks reflected cost-cutting efforts that brought operations from other regions into the Kansas City offices, the credit rating agency said.
Despite the April drop, American manufacturing has regained momentum after being hurt early last year and in late 2015 by cutbacks in the energy industry and a strong dollar that makes U.S. products pricier overseas.
CRT notified towns in January of the cutbacks, and the towns responded quickly to protect the service temporarily as long-term funding solutions were explored.
The company blamed slumping sales for the cutbacks.
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: the act of reducing the number or amount of something
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