cut-offs


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cut-offs

(ˈkʌtɒfs)
pl n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) trousers that have been shortened to calf length or to make shorts
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An hour later, taking advantage of the cut-offs around which the sled had to go, Bill arrived.
BA (Programme) course, which made a comeback with the scrapping of Four-Year Undergraduate Programme and is another soughtafter course, also saw reasonably high cut-offs at many colleges.
As an auditor, considering this fact as part of the risk equation will help keep you from being fooled by fake cut-offs.
New Cut-Offs Will Provide More Realistic Picture of Resistance