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- (idiomatic) Well suited; appropriate; fit for a particular activity or purpose.
- I'm not really cut out for camping outdoors. I'm allergic to mosquito bites.
Very rarely found in a positive sense. Not cut out being by far the more common usage.
- To remove or shape by cutting.
- Cut out the letters and paste them on the poster.
- (idiomatic) To refrain from
- He had to cut out smoking in order to be prepared for the marathon
- (idiomatic) To stop a person or company from sharing something.
- If we cut out the middle-man, we will both have better profits.
In all senses the object can come before or after the particle. If the object is a pronoun, it MUST come before the particle.
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