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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “cut sb off”

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cut sb off

[usually passive] (PHONE)
電話
phrasal verb with cut /kʌt/ verb ( present tense cutting, past tense and past participle cut)
to stop people from continuing a telephone conversation by breaking the telephone connection
掛斷(某人)的電話;使(某人)電話掉線
We were cut off before she could give me directions.
她還沒給我指示我們的電話就斷掉了。
Cutting off and disconnectingCommunicating by telephone
(Definition of cut sb off phrasal verb, verb (PHONE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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