Cut In Fine :
Cut A Rug :
To cut a rug is to dance.
Cut Above :
If a person is described as a cut above other people, they are better in some way.
Cut and Dried :
If something is cut and dried, then everything has already been decided and in the case of an opinion, might be a little stale and predictable.
Cut and Run :
If people cut and run, they take what they can get and leave before they lose everything.
Cut Corners :
If people try to do something as cheaply or as quickly as possible, often sacrificing quality, they cut corners.
Cut Down The Tall Poppies :
If people cut down the tall poppies, they criticize people who stand out from the crowd.
Cut In Fine :
If you cut it fine, you only just manage to do something at the very last moment.
Cut Off Your Nose To Spite Your Face :
If you cut off your nose to spite your face, you do something rash or silly that ends up making things worse for you.
Cut Someone Some Slack :
To relax a rule r to make an allowance, as in allowing someone more time to finish something
Cut The Gordian Knot :
If someone cuts the Gordian knot, they solve a very complex problem in simple way.
Cut The Mustard :
If somebody or something does not cut the mustard, they fail or it fails to reach the required standard.
Cut to The Chase :
If you cut to the chase, you get to the point or the most interesting or important part of something without delay.
Cut In Fine
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