Origin and Etymology of cutin
First Known Use: circa 1872See Words from the same year
First Known Use of cut-in
Definition of cut in
- cut in on the conversation
- waiting for the auxiliary motor to cut in
- after sifting the flour into a mixing bowl, cut the lard in
- cut them in on the profits
Examples of cut in in a Sentence
a stranger cut in with unsolicited advice on how we could fix our relationship
Recent Examples of cut in from the Web
Fiscal conservatives have clamored for deep cuts in spending in exchange for any increase in the government’s borrowing authority.
New Jersey has seen revenue from gambling cut in half over the past decade as nearby states such as Pennsylvania and Maryland legalized casinos.
According to the latest flight schedule, Progress MS-07 will dock at the ISS just three hours after launch at 5:32 a.m. EDT, cutting in half the fastest flight timeline.
The proposal to eliminate that deduction and others is part of an effort to simplify the tax code, and proponents say that with an overall cut in tax rates, those who benefit from the deductions may still see their tax bills fall.
Serrano’s mother, a dentist, lost her practice and the source of income to pay tuition, when the power was cut in her neighborhood.
Jones had her 2016 season cut in half due to an injury.
Wilson nearly got a third goal while the Capitals were short-handed early in the third, but Rask made a pad save when Wilson cut in alone.
There's no easy answer regarding whether Crew SC's could-be move helps or hurts FC Cincinnati's MLS bid, but what's obvious is that the answer isn't clear-cut in either direction.
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First Known Use of cut in
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