cut out (2)
This page is about the phrasal verb cut out (2)
Meaning: to stop doing something, such as eating fatty foods or gambling or taking drugs, usually in order to improve one's health or one's lifeSynonym: abstain from
- cut out sth I still eat fish, but I've cut out all other types of meat, including chicken and pork.
- cut sth out I told my husband to cut the gambling out altogether or I'd leave him.
If you want to lose weight, the best things to cut out are
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Contributor: Matt Errey