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Definition of the verb cut through

What does cut through mean as a doing phrase?


  1. travel across or pass over

Alternative definition of the verb cut through


  1. See &lit.
  2. [transitive] To make a detour across, as opposed to around
  3. [idiomatic] To deal with something quickly in order to lessen the problem.

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Google previewDigestive Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs (2016)

by Isaac Livingstone Asamoah

Cut through: To move or pass easily through water or air. E.g. The boat cut effortlessly through the water. 840. Cut through:To quickly and easily deal with something that is confusing or difficult. E.g. You need someone to help you cut through ...

Google previewA New and Enlarged Military Dictionary, Or, Alphabetical Explanation of Technical Terms (1802)

by Charles James

To Cut through. A small body of brave men, headed by a good officer, will frequently extricate itself from apparent captivity, or destruction, by cut.

Google previewThe British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1809)

Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge : Illustrated with Upwards of 150 Elegant Engravings. A - B. 1 by William Nicholson

The skull and brain cut through horizontally in about the middle. It shows the difference of the cortical and medullary substances, and the union of the two hemispheres by the corpus callosum. d. The dura mater, which covered the brain, and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Practical Surgery (1845)

To cut through the internal and middle coats of the artery, and to bring the wounded surfaces into perfect a pesition. ' y 2. o occasion a determination of blood to the collateral branches." g 3. To allow the formation of a magulum of blood just ...

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Quotes about cut through

I suppose film is distinctive because of its nature, of its being able to cut through time with editing. (Oliver Stone)
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