cut off (2)
This page is about the phrasal verb cut off (2)
Meaning: to isolate somebody or something by making transport or communication very difficult or impossibleSynonym: isolate
- cut off The flood waters cut off many small farms for several days.
- cut sth/sb off The earthquake destroyed roads and telephone lines, and cut our village off from the outside world.
The town was completely cut off by the forest fires, so we
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Contributor: Matt Errey