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offcut

(ˈɒfˌkʌt)
n
a piece of paper, plywood, fabric, etc, remaining after the main pieces have been cut; remnant
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offcut

[ˈɒfkʌt] N
1.trozo m
2. offcutsrestos mpl, sobras fpl
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These include -- in addition to the increased design options - highly efficient production processes and reduced offcut quantities.
Fold the liner at the top to the outside of the top offcut. Run the rope all-round the top to secure the liner.
Frame an offcut of wallpaper to highlight a detail of the pattern.
Use a saw or pruners to trim branches, reserving each offcut. Repeat for other frames.
Sandra Ann AIF it''s carpet or vinyl and the room is small, I would replace it with an offcut. The dye manufacturer will have instructions to remove the product but you''ll struggle if it''s a light carpet and dark dye.
We often say today's wallpapers are themselves works of art so treat them as such and save a few bob by framing up an offcut and using it as artwork on a plain wall.
At other times, they use the offcut wood to build their own furniture for their home u wooden trunks to store clothes, or bedside cabinets.
The most recent work in the show is made from the offcut residua of its companions in the gallery.
She picked up a smooth piece of tailor's chalk and set to writing notes to herself on the back of a satin offcut.
Tenders Are Invited For Conversion Of Crgo Offcut Scrap To Finished Dry Type & Small Transformers Lamination
Sandra Ann by email A If it's carpet or vinyl and the room is not too big, I would just buy an offcut and replace it.
Opener Resurrection could be a Bon Jovi offcut as he sings: "You've helped to lift me off my knees, when sometimes I've been in too deep."