Cut off

Cut off,

Definition of Cut off:

  1. A stipulation in a reinsurance contract, which states that the reinsurer will not be held liable for losses caused by events that occur after the termination date.

  2. Remove something using a sharp implement.

  3. Drive aggressively into the path of another driver while overtaking.

  4. Prevent someone from having access to somewhere or someone.

  5. Interrupt someone while they are speaking.

  6. Reject someone as ones heir; disinherit someone.

  7. Stop the provision of something, especially power or water.

Synonyms of Cut off

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How to use Cut off in a sentence?

  1. The electricity has been cut off within the hotel.
  2. The couple were cut off by a fast-moving tide.

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