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Definition of "cut through" []

  • Used other than as an idiom. (verb)
  • To make a detour across, as opposed to around (verb)
  • To deal with something quickly in order to lessen the problem. (verb)

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Use "cut through" in a sentence
  • "Lightning slashed through the storm-dark clouds, as if someone was wielding a flaming sword and could cut through the sky like a curtain, leave it hanging and torn."
  • "A passageway, less than a hundred meters ahead, cut through the mother-tree core to an adjoining branch sector."
  • "Late Saturday afternoon, Virginia and Jonathan took the path that went behind the houses on Ridge Road, skirted the Hedge-cock farm, followed the creek, then cut through the Marsh property, and ended up at the gold refinery."