cut back


cut back
1. phr v обрезать, укорачивать

to cut off — отрезать, обрезать

cut flush — обрезал края книги вместе с обложкой

cut off — обрезать, отрезать, отрубать, отсекать

to cut glass with a diamond — резать стекло алмазом

to cut flush — обрезать края книги вместе с обложкой

2. phr v уменьшать, сокращать

to cut back production — сократить производство

cut time — сокращать время

cut expenditure — сокращать расход

cut down stocks — сокращать размер запасов

to cut back on the program — сокращать программу

cut a ration — сокращать объем поставок продовольствия

3. phr v смещать события, излагать более ранние события после более поздних

to cut up well — оставить после смерти большое состояние

4. phr v кино повторять данный кадр; давать «обратный кадр»

fast cut — быстрая смена кадров

hard cut — очень быстрая смена кадров

Синонимический ряд:
1. reduce (verb) clip; cut down; lower; mark down; pare; reduce; shave
2. reduced (verb) clipped; lowered; marked down; pared; reduced; shaved/shaved or shaven
3. shorten (verb) abbreviate; abridge; curtail; retrench; shorten; slash
4. shortened (verb) abbreviated; abridged; curtailed; cut; retrenched; shortened; slashed
5. taper off (verb) abate; attenuate; diminish; dwindle; shrink; slacken; slow down; taper off

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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  • cut back — {v.} 1. To change direction suddenly while going at full speed. * /The halfback started to his left, cut back to his right, and ran for a touchdown./ 2. To use fewer or use less. * /After the big job was finished, the builder cut back the number… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • cut back — {v.} 1. To change direction suddenly while going at full speed. * /The halfback started to his left, cut back to his right, and ran for a touchdown./ 2. To use fewer or use less. * /After the big job was finished, the builder cut back the number… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • cut back — {v. phr.} To diminish; lessen; decrease (said of budgets). * /The state had to cut back on the university budget./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • cut back — {v. phr.} To diminish; lessen; decrease (said of budgets). * /The state had to cut back on the university budget./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • cut back — cut down on, reduce something, use less of something (e.g.: I drink too much coffee, I decided to cut back ) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cut|back — «KUHT BAK», noun. 1. a reduction in quantity, number, or rate; curtailment: »a cutback in expenditures. The factory made a cutback in production when many of its orders were canceled. In spite of talk of cutbacks, defense spending still is headed …   Useful english dictionary

  • cut back — index decrease, diminish Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • cut-back — index curtailment Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • cut-back — ● cut back nom masculin invariable (anglais cutback, réduction) Bitume routier fluidifié par un diluant, qui s évapore après mise en place …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • cut back — verb 1. return in time (Freq. 1) the film cut back to an earlier event in the story • Syn: ↑flash back • Derivationally related forms: ↑flashback (for: ↑flash back) …   Useful english dictionary

  • cut back — phrasal verb Word forms cut back : present tense I/you/we/they cut back he/she/it cuts back present participle cutting back past tense cut back past participle cut back 1) [intransitive/transitive] to reduce the amount of something, especially… …   English dictionary

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