616 – Phrasal Verbs With CUT

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Did you know that you can cut across a parking lot, cut down on smoking, or cut out drinking coffee? You have seen someone cut into a conversation, cut off the top of a carrot, or cut out of the office early. Let’s study together.

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  • The Mississippi River cuts across 10 states.
  • We can save a little time if we cut across these two parking lots.
  • I know I drink a lot of coffee. My doctor told me I should cut down.
  • You’ll actually be a lot happier in life if you cut back on using social media
  • After recovering from his illness, Tommy’s father cut out smoking and drinking. He looks really healthy now.
  • In New York City, if you bring your lunch from home and cut out buying lunch at the deli, you can save around $200 a month.
  • There were a lot of people waiting on line to enter the theater and as soon as they open the door a group of teenagers suddenly cut in.
  • Jack was really upset at the meeting today because every time he gave a suggestion the boss cut in and dismissed his idea.
  • Before cooking the carrots, you should cut off the ends.
  • I need to cut off about two centimeters of this shelf, so that it will fit in the closet.
  • I need to cut out of work early tomorrow because I have a doctor appointment at 5 o’clock.
  • Is it really 11 PM? Wow! Time flies when you’re having a good time, but I think I should cut out.
  • Now that I have cut off this branch from the tree, I’m going to cut it up and use it to make a campfire.
  • My mom spent the afternoon making a pot of soup and most of her time was spent cutting up the vegetables.
  • If the flavor of that tea is too strong, you can cut it with milk or sugar.
  • That whiskey is nice but, it really needs to be cut with some ice cubes and club soda.

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