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cutback (n.)

also cut-back, "reduction" in expenditures, etc., by 1943, from the verbal phrase; see cut (v.) + back (adv.).

updated on June 09, 2018

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Definitions of cutback from WordNet

cutback (n.)
a reduction in quantity or rate;
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