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
In an attempt to help towns, the state legislature voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to waive any penalties for municipalities that reduce their education budget after suffering major cuts in state aid.
Sewing won plaudits for successfully negotiating job cuts in the German retail unit with the influential workers’ councils, implementing the agreement on schedule and without a strong media backlash.
The rebellion also has spread to Kentucky as teachers thronged the state Capitol Monday to protest cuts in pensions.
Florida employers announced 1,000 job cuts in March, according to a monthly report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Executives have been exploring whether to make significant cuts in the investment bank, according to people familiar with the matter.
Most concerning was that Phil had missed four major cuts in his last seven starts.
Woods has missed just one cut in 20 career starts with four wins, two seconds, one third and 17 top-25s.
Right now, Miami has no true replacement for Ndamukong Suh, whom the Dolphins cut in March over financial and locker room concerns.
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First Known Use of cut in
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