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
Newman said the city has identified roughly $576,000 in budget cuts for fiscal year 2018 to deal with the cut in revenue.
If a special session isn't held before the regular session starts in March, the question of what will be cut in the state budget likely wouldn't be resolved for several months.
Now the Fein handles pipe, tube, and any metal cuts in repair and remodeling, even auto-body work.
One sticking point has been the demand from the Trump administration and some deficit hawks in the Senate that the disaster assistance be offset by cuts in other parts of the budget.
Worries about cuts in state funds to towns and about the state police gun range proposed for Griswold topped the agenda at a legislators' forum at Griswold Town Hall, on Jan. 22.
As requested by the mayor, the police bureau also presented potential areas for cuts in the next budget.
After a couple of dancefloor-ready cuts in 2016, the singer-songwriter finds himself back in his wheelhouse with this emotional, piano-heavy midtempo. 4.
But House Speaker Richard Corcoran has $217 million in cuts in his budget.
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First Known Use of cut in
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