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cutback

n.1.a reduction in quantity or rate; a reduction in the amount of an activity or the funding for an activity; as, cutbacks in government research funding increased unemployment among scientists; the recession caused a cutback in auto production.
2.a return to an earlier scene or story line in a novel, movie, etc.
3.(Sports) a sudden switching of directions of a running football player, a surfboarder, etc.
Noun1.cutback - a reduction in quantity or rate
cheeseparing, cooling, cooling down, cooling off, curtailment, cut, economization, economizing, low growth rate, pullback, reduction of expenses, reduction of spending, retrenchment, rollback, saving, scraping, scrimping, skimping, slowdown, sparing
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