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cutoff

noun [C, usually singular] ( also cut-off)
 
 
/ˈkʌtɒf/
a fixed point or level at which something stops: an age/income cutoff There is an income cutoff for eligibility.keep/put/set a cutoff at sth The return on your investment depends on how the FTSE 100 index performs, and they have set a cut-off at 60% - or 9.9% tax-free a year. The current cutoff for subsidy payments is $2.5 million.
a situation in which you stop doing, making, paying, or supplying something: The dispute over prices has led to a temporary cut-off in deliveries. The country's government is in danger of collapse because of the international cutoff of revenue and aid.
Translations of “cutoff”
in Chinese (Traditional) 中斷, 切斷供應, 中斷供應…
in Chinese (Simplified) 中断, 切断供应, 中断供应…
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