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Cut-out

Cut´-out`   Pronunciation: kŭt´out`
n.1.(Telegraphy) A species of switch for changing the current from one circuit to another, or for shortening a circuit.
2.Something cut out from another object, especially a piece of thick paper or cardboard with a picture on it (as of a person or other object), embedded in a larger sheet of paper and having perforations around the edges of the figure to allow easy removal from the larger sheet.
3.A valve in the exhaust system of an internal combustion engine which, when activated, permits the exhaust gases to bypass the muffler.
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Cut stone
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Cut-off
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cutaneous anthrax
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Cutaway
Cutaway coat
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