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cut off, (1) to make an end of, break off, cancel John II. i. 96, H5 V. i. 88, Cæs. IV. i. 9, Lr. II. iv. 177; (2) to put to death Meas. V. i. 35, Ham. I. v. 76, Lr. IV. v. 38; cut out, to shape according to a pattern, fig. Wint. IV. iii. [iv.] 395
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