Definition of cutout
1 : something cut out or off from something else; also : the space or hole left after cutting
2 : one that cuts out
3 : an intermediary in a clandestine operation
4 : a record album no longer in production that is sold at a discount
Examples of cutout in a Sentence
a cardboard cutout of a famous actor
Recent Examples of cutout from the Web
The phone's display fills most of the front, save for a camera cutout, slim bezels and a small chin at the bottom.
The floor-length dress boasted deep, sheer cutouts at the sides, back and shoulders.
The deck features a large cutout space the containers and airstream will snugly fit inside, Polyoka said.
There's more cushioning, and the seat backs feature cutouts to accommodate troops' hydration packs.
With grommets, metallics and cutouts, the classic style gets an upgrade for spring.
The Express has a hole for the trackpad and a cutout for the battery-holding cylinder at the back of Apple’s keyboard.
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First Known Use of cutout
CUTOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cutout for English Language Learners
: a shape or picture that is cut from a piece of paper, cardboard, etc.
CUTOUT Defined for Kids
Definition of cutout for Students
: a shape or picture that has been formed or removed with scissors, a knife, or a saw
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