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cutoff switch a device that turns off a machine by stopping the flow of electricity.
cut one's wisdom teeth to attain maturity; arrive at an age when decisions must be made and discretion practiced.
cutout something that has been or is made to be cut out, such as a paper doll. [2 definitions]
cut out to delete. [2 definitions]
cutover cleared of trees; clear-cut. [2 definitions]
cutpurse a pickpocket.
cut-rate available at a reduced price; cheap. [2 definitions]
cutter someone or something that cuts, as in the making of clothes. [4 definitions]
cut the Gordian knot to solve a difficult problem in a rapid, bold manner.
cutthroat a bloodthirsty, merciless, or cruel person, esp. a murderer. [5 definitions]
cutthroat trout a trout found in mountain streams in northwestern North America, having a reddish mark on its throat.
cutting the act of one that cuts. [5 definitions]
cutting board a rectangular board, often made of wood, used esp. for cutting vegetables or meats.
cutting edge the sharp edge of a cutting implement, such as scissors, a knife, or the like, that serves to cut or penetrate something. [2 definitions]
cuttlebone the internal shell of cuttlefish, used as food for pet birds and, in powdered form, for polishing.
cuttlefish any of several mollusks with calcified internal shells and ten tentacles attached to the head.
cutup (informal) someone who habitually tries to be funny or plays pranks.
cutwater the forward edge of a ship's prow. [2 definitions]
cutwork openwork embroidery in which some of the fabric is cut out from the design.
cutworm a caterpillar that feeds by night on a wide variety of plants, characteristically cutting through the plant stems at ground level.
-cy condition; quality. [3 definitions]