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Pronunciation of Cut-Off: Learn how to pronounce Cut-Off in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word cut off:

verb (transitive, adverb)
to remove by cutting
to intercept or interrupt something, esp a telephone conversation
to discontinue the supply of ⇒ to cut off the water
to bring to an end
to deprive of rights; disinherit ⇒ she was cut off without a penny
to sever or separate ⇒ she was cut off from her family
to occupy a position so as to prevent or obstruct (a retreat or escape)
noun
cutoff
the act of cutting off; limit or termination
(as modifier) ⇒ the cutoff point
(mainly US) a route or way that is shorter than the usual one; short cut
a device to terminate the flow of a fluid in a pipe or duct
Also called: offcut. the remnant of metal, plastic, etc, left after parts have been machined or trimmed
(electronics)
the value of voltage, frequency, etc, below or above which an electronic device cannot function efficiently
(as modifier) ⇒ cutoff voltage
a channel cutting across the neck of a meander, which leaves an oxbow lake
another name for oxbow (sense 2)