Cut out

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Phrasal verb: Cut out

Spanish translation: remover, extraer, cortar, eliminar

Definition: 1. to remove or separate, either literally (using a knife or scissors, for example), or figuratively, 2. to stop doing something that is annoying to someone.

Used in sentences:

1. I cut out a section of the report because it was too long.

2. She was cut out of the will by her father. (will – inheritance)

3. She told him to cut it out because he was behaving terribly. 

Related words or phrases: remove, delete, exclude, eliminate, 2. stop

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