offcut

noun off·cut \ ˈȯf-ˌkət \

Definition of offcut

chiefly British
: something that is cut off (such as a waste piece of lumber)

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First Known Use of offcut

circa 1664


OFFCUT Defined for English Language Learners

offcut

noun

Definition of offcut for English Language Learners

  • : a piece of wood, cloth, etc., that remains after a larger piece is removed


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