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cut-out

[ˈkʌtaʊt] N
1. (= paper, cardboard figure) → recorte m, figura f recortada; (child's, for cutting out) → recortable m, diseño m para recortar
2. (Elec) (= switch) → cortacircuitos m inv, automático m (Mech) → válvula f de escape
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