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Synonyms for cutoff
ˈkʌtˌɔf, -ˌɒfcut·off

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. cutoffnoun

    a designated limit beyond which something cannot function or must be terminated

    Synonyms:
    shortcut, crosscut

  2. shortcut, cutoff, crosscutnoun

    a route shorter than the usual one

    Synonyms:
    shortcut, crosscut

  3. cutoffnoun

    a device that terminates the flow in a pipe

    Synonyms:
    shortcut, crosscut

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Concise Medical Dictionary, by Joseph C Segen, MD

  1. cutoff

    Synonyms:
    Cut-off level

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How to use cutoff in a sentence?

  1. Timothy Layton:

    We saw nothing for any of the pairs of months apart from August to September, where we saw this big difference, we saw that this was only in states that had a September 1 cutoff. There was nothing in states that didn't have that.

  2. Kardashian West:

    I'm like, I'm going to tone it down, but then I'm like, wait, I can't be doing it in 10 years, so -- I might as well. I don't know what the age cutoff is.

  3. Daryl Peterson:

    Better pipelines, flow meters, cutoff switches, more inspectors — something has got to be done. until we start holding companies fully accountable with penalties, I don't think we're going to change this whole situation we have in North Dakota.

  4. Gavin Buckley:

    Obviously, I’m disappointed, you know? … Is there a cutoff for tragedy? this was an attack on the press. It was an attack on freedom of speech. It’s just as important as any other tragedy.

  5. Tod Wolters:

    Unfortunately, with the JJ cutoff, there's probably going to be about a 20 % reduction to those surges, and we're still working on those specifics, but the site picture from within Europe for the military members and certainly for the dependents, will be significantly different by the end of May than it is today because we will actually triple our surge capacity.


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