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  • 1 have work cut out for you — have (your) work cut out (for (you)) if you have your work cut out, you have something very difficult to do. We re training a completely new team, so we ve got our work cut out for us. Have you seen the state of the garden? She ll have her work… …

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  • 2 have work cut out for — have (your) work cut out (for (you)) if you have your work cut out, you have something very difficult to do. We re training a completely new team, so we ve got our work cut out for us. Have you seen the state of the garden? She ll have her work… …

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  • 3 have work cut out — have (your) work cut out (for (you)) if you have your work cut out, you have something very difficult to do. We re training a completely new team, so we ve got our work cut out for us. Have you seen the state of the garden? She ll have her work… …

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  • 4 Cut to shape — is a philatelic term referring to a postage stamp or postal stationery indicium (printed stamp image) that has been cut to the shape of the design, such as an octagon, circle or oval, instead of simply cut into a square or rectangular shape.[1]… …

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  • 5 cut|over — «KUHT OH vuhr», adjective, noun. –adj. from which the trees have been cut: »They replanted the cutover land. –n. a tract of land from which the trees have been cut; land cleared of timber …

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  • 6 cut your coat according to your cloth — cut (your) coat according to (your) cloth to only buy what you have enough money to pay for. Of course we d love a huge expensive house, but you have to cut your coat according to your cloth …

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  • 7 cut your coat according to cloth — cut (your) coat according to (your) cloth to only buy what you have enough money to pay for. Of course we d love a huge expensive house, but you have to cut your coat according to your cloth …

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  • 8 cut coat according to your cloth — cut (your) coat according to (your) cloth to only buy what you have enough money to pay for. Of course we d love a huge expensive house, but you have to cut your coat according to your cloth …

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  • 9 cut coat according to cloth — cut (your) coat according to (your) cloth to only buy what you have enough money to pay for. Of course we d love a huge expensive house, but you have to cut your coat according to your cloth …

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  • 10 cut someone down to size — cut (someone/something) down to size to make someone or something less important or detailed. When he started the job he thought he knew everything, but we soon cut him down to size. Sometimes we have to cut our grand dreams down to size …

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  • 11 cut something down to size — cut (someone/something) down to size to make someone or something less important or detailed. When he started the job he thought he knew everything, but we soon cut him down to size. Sometimes we have to cut our grand dreams down to size …

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  • 12 cut down to size — cut (someone/something) down to size to make someone or something less important or detailed. When he started the job he thought he knew everything, but we soon cut him down to size. Sometimes we have to cut our grand dreams down to size …

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  • 13 cut — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 hole/opening made by cutting ADJECTIVE ▪ clean, neat ▪ little, small ▪ long ▪ straight …

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  • 14 Cut-elimination theorem — The cut elimination theorem (or Gentzen s Hauptsatz) is the central result establishing the significance of the sequent calculus. It was originally proved by Gerhard Gentzen 1934 in his landmark paper Investigations in Logical Deduction for the… …

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  • 15 Cut-throat Records — Label design as used on first release (CUT 1) Listen in Safety logo from 1980, and CD mounted in jewel case Cut throat Records (also known as Cut throat Productions) is a record label created and run by …

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  • 16 cut*/*/*/ — [kʌt] (past tense and past participle cut) verb [T] I 1) to use a knife or other sharp tool to divide something into pieces, or to remove a piece of something I need a sharp knife to cut the bread with.[/ex] The telephone wires had been cut.[/ex] …

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  • 17 Cut flowers — The term cut flower refers to flowers or flower buds (often with some stem and leaf) that have been cut from the plant bearing it. It is usually removed from the plant for indoor decorative use. Typical uses are in vase displays, wreaths and… …

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  • 18 cut corners — verb do something the cheapest or easiest way (Freq. 1) Cut corners to make a cheaper product • Hypernyms: ↑perform, ↑execute, ↑do • Verb Frames: Somebody s on something * * * …

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  • 19 Cut vertex — In mathematics and computer science, a cut vertex or articulation point is a vertex of a graph such that removal of the vertex causes an increase in the number of connected components. If the graph was connected before the removal of the vertex,… …

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  • 20 Cut (cards) — After a deck of cards is shuffled by the dealer, it is often given to a player other than the one who performed the shuffle for a procedure called a cut. Contents 1 Procedure 2 Etiquette 3 Scarne s cut 4 Reasons …

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