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What is another word for cuts out?

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To excise or remove through cutting
“The surgeon will cut out what he can. He will then confer with medical oncologists to make decisions about additional treatments.”
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To remove or get rid of, especially completely or permanently
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“Whoever originally collected them several decades ago cut out any trace of the date and publisher.”
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To remove (a section) from a text or piece of work
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“Bill notes that whoever edited this film clip cut out the part where he tried unsuccessfully to start the car and flee the scene.”
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To cease or stop doing something
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“I tell him to cut out being an Italian all the time and to be an American once in a while.”
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To refrain from doing or indulging in something
“My friends say I ought to cut out the cigarettes.”
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To stop working or operating
“I grabbed the boxy flashlight, big as a thermos, which Hal kept in the front hall closet for stormy nights when the power would cut out.”
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To switch off or power down (something)
“I'm so fast that when I cut out the light switch in my hotel room, I'll be in bed before the room gets dark.”
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To leave or exit a place
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“Angela tells me it's time to cut out from this shindig.”
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To oust or exclude someone from a group or place
“The Prince has cut him out of royal society.”
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To remove anything from where it has been planted or placed
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To make (a hole or channel) by digging
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To reject someone and exclude them from one's inheritance
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To draw, or cause to draw, to a close
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To appropriate or lay claim to something for oneself without right
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To fail to include
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To set free, especially from entanglement or difficulty
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To oust or remove, violently or with force
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To debar, or cause to withdraw temporarily, from a privilege, place, position, etc.
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To reduce in extent, duration or quantity
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To obstruct, cover, or otherwise block (an opening, a portion of an image, etc.
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To rebuff, ignore, or spurn (someone) disdainfully
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To give up one's resistance against something
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