cut it
phrasal to cut the mustard

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • cut it — INFORMAL ► to successfully do what you are asked to do: »Some people work well under pressure; others can t cut it. »For heavy office use, this printer just doesn t cut it. Main Entry: ↑cut …   Financial and business terms

  • cut it — verb To suffice; to be effective or successful. Sometimes, professional tools are necessary and homespun solutions just dont cut it. Syn: cut the mustard, hack it, pass muster, make the grade …   Wiktionary

  • Cut it — make the grade; be competent: She couldn t cut it in her new job …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • cut it — Australian Slang make the grade; be competent: She couldn t cut it in her new job …   English dialects glossary

  • Cut It Out — (or cut it out) may refer to: Cut It Out , song by American rapper Nelly on his Brass Knuckles (album) album Cut It Out , song by Israeli singer Daniela Spector, featuring M. Jack Bee in her album Love is Cut It Out , episode of United States… …   Wikipedia

  • Cut It Out — est un film muet en noir et blanc d Adrian Brunel sorti en 1925, film 16 mm d une durée 19 minutes. Synopsis Cut It Out est une farce cinématographique qui se moque de la censure britannique, de son code et de son application cinématographique.… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • cut it fine — cut it/things fine INFORMAL ► to leave very little, or not enough, time to do something: »It s two o clock now, so you re cutting it fine if you need to be at the airport by three. Main Entry: ↑cut …   Financial and business terms

  • cut it/things fine — INFORMAL ► to leave very little, or not enough, time to do something: »It s two o clock now, so you re cutting it fine if you need to be at the airport by three. Main Entry: ↑cut …   Financial and business terms

  • cut it out — verb To stop; refrain from; halt. Would you please cut it out? Im trying to get some work done here …   Wiktionary

  • cut it out — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abort, belay, cancel, cease, desist, discontinue, drop it, end, give over, halt, have done with, hold, knock it off, lay off, leave off, quit, refrain, relinquish, renounce, scrub, stay, stop, terminate …   Moby Thesaurus

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