cut-off ( cut-offs plural ) , cutoff
1 n-count A cut-off or a cut-off point is the level or limit at which you decide that something should stop happening.
usu sing, oft N n
The cut-off date for registering is yet to be announced..., On young girls it can look really great, but there is a definite age cut-off on this.
2 n-count The cut-offof a supply or service is the complete stopping of the supply or service.
A total cut-off of supplies would cripple the country's economy...
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