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  1. cut out

    • ph.
      remove or make something by separating it from something larger with a sharp implement;remove, exclude, or stop eating or doing something
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    • 1. remove or make something by separating it from something larger with a sharp implement
    • 2. remove, exclude, or stop eating or doing something
    • 3. exclude someone from something
    • 4. separate an animal from the main herd
    • 5. (of a motor or device) suddenly stop operating
    • 6. (of a person) leave quickly, especially so as to avoid a boring or awkward situation
    • n.
      a shape cut out of board or another material: a life-size cut-out

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    • ph.
      exclude someone

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    • ph.
      used to ask someone to stop doing or saying something that is annoying or offensive

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    • ph.
      exclude someone

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    • ph.
      used to ask someone to stop doing or saying something that is annoying or offensive

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    • ph.
      have exactly the right qualities for a particular role, task, or job

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    • ph.
      have exactly the right qualities for a particular role or job

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    • ph.
      be faced with a hard or lengthy task

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    • ph.
      remove or make something by separating it from something larger with a sharp implement

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