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To physically cut off or sever
“The tree was getting too big and I had to cut off many of its branches.”
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To interrupt a conversation or activity
“Peter would cut me off as I was speaking just to ask me a ridiculous question.”
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To disown, especially to disinherit from one's will
“She would cut off her eldest son from her will due to his recalcitrance.”
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To end a relationship or want nothing more to do with
“If I were not familiar with him personally, I would cut him off from the community.”
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To bring to an end or prevent from continuing
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“The president would cut off funding to certain key sectors of government.”
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To block an opening or prevent the continued flow of
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“If you are brewing one serving, cut off the flow of coffee after one serving has dribbled out.”
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To prevent or impede someone from engaging in an activity
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“The Post Office is moving to cut off their ability to mail contraband from these locations.”
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To keep apart or isolate from others
“Shifting winds would help to cut off the island from the mainland.”
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To refuse to provide (as per usual)
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To take apart from
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To form a ring or circle around
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To cause to feel less close, friendly or caring
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To lower in length or size
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Block off
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To peel or remove the (natural) skin or outer covering of
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Forcibly put an end to
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To allay or make less intense
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To stop operating
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To abandon or leave something or someone
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To force (a person or animal) into a place or situation from which it is hard to escape
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To suppress the noise or speech of
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To give, especially by way of a will after one's passing
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Caught in a trap
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Without friends (without a friend)
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Restricted to one's home, as by physical infirmity
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Placed or standing apart or alone
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Individually separate or disconnected from others
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Having been stopped or halted
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Left without the means to move from somewhere
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Deprived of or lacking (something)
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No longer alive
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Separate in time, place, or position
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The stoppage of a given service or activity
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A suppression of information, especially one imposed on the media by government
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The end or conclusion of an activity or period for which something is valid
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