cut-throat Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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cut-throat

adjective [usually before noun] ( US also cutthroat)
 
 
/ˈkʌtθrəʊt/
competing in a strong and unfair way, without considering any harm caused to others: a cut-throat business/market/world Scrapping of price fixing legislation led to a cut-throat battle for supermarket customers. Many firms have fallen victim to cut-throat competition.
Translations of “cut-throat”
in Chinese (Traditional) 激烈的, 殘酷無情的, 不擇手段的…
in Russian беспощадный…
in Turkish (iş, durum) acımasız, insafsız…
in Chinese (Simplified) 激烈的, 残酷无情的, 不择手段的…
in Polish bezwzględny…
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