Examples of cutoff in a Sentence
a cutoff of the water supply
The cutoff for new applications is next Wednesday.
Recent Examples of cutoff from the Web
The cutoff is eighth grade or age 14, but being older isn’t necessarily an advantage.
The jorts-and-cutoff-T-Bones jersey at the NASCAR race is legendary.
TheBouqs The online florist, which promises farm-to-table delivery of flowers, says the delivery cutoff is 2 p.m, Friday ET.
In Sidney, that distinction is mostly a formality: The cutoff is about $37,000 for a household of four, Johnson-Bennett says, which includes many of the families in the village.
Revelers often anchor their outfits with cutoffs, jean jackets, cropped wideleg styles, and the rare denim jumpsuit.
Broadcom then stopped preamp shipments in February 2017, Western Digital wrote, though the cutoff was temporary.
View 36 Photos The low-revving 4.0 is all about torque (the fuel cutoff is at just 5500 rpm) and makes more than enough grunt for the FJ’s ancient steel ladder chassis.
The current cutoff to file a lawsuit in Michigan is generally a minor victim's 19th birthday, which critics say is out of step with the laws in other states and does not account for how many victims are afraid to report abuse or have suppressed it.
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Definition of cut off
- cut off communications
- threatened to cut him off without a penny
- cut off the engine
- the operator cut me off
Examples of cut off in a Sentence
the majority party cut off debate and forced a vote on the bill
the dog cut off the one sheep that had to be sheared
Recent Examples of cut off from the Web
Ashley Schultz broke for second base, drawing a throw that was cut off by Downers North’s second baseman.
Class 1 e-bikes have motors of up to 750 watts that cut off when the rider tops 20 mph.
This spring Naperville Park District joined a growing list of places that permit Class 1 e-bikes, which are equipped with a motor of no more than 750 watts and that cuts off when the rider tops 20 mph.
In a heart attack, the oxygen-carrying blood supply to the heart is cut off, and those cells begin to die 40 minutes later.
According to the lawsuit, the two older daughters later attended Wellesley College in Massachusetts and cut off contact with the rest of the family.
At eight months, Khloé should be around 32 weeks—meaning her trip to Japan hasn't hit the cut off.
Hinchcliffe, who had cut off a qualifying attempt after feeling a vibration in his car, was in line as the session ended.
And one of the rappers had part of his rap cut off/quieted when his mike shifted.
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cut off Synonyms
CUTOFF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cutoff for English Language Learners
: the act of stopping the movement or supply of something
: the time when something must be done or completed
cutoffs : short pants that are made from long pants by cutting off the legs at the knees or higher
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