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Sentence count:145+10 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-18Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bring downclipcropcurbcurtailcutcut downdressflash backlopprunereducerestrictsniptrimtrim backtrim downSimilar words: set backbackback upback ofback onback awaycall backpay backMeaning: v. 1. return in time 2. cut down on; make a reduction in 3. cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of 4. place restrictions on. 
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(1) The gardener cut back all the bushes.
(2) Japan's recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
(3) When the bush has finished flowering, cut back all the stems.
(4) They will be concerned to cut back expenditure on unnecessary items.
(5) The government has announced plans to to cut back on defence spending by 10% next year.
(6) Overgrown deciduous shrubs can be cut back at this time of year.
(7) The Government has cut back on defence spending.
(8) I smoke too much. I must cut back.
(9) Education spending cannot be cut back any further.
(10) Social work services have been cut back drastically.
(11) Government funding is being cut back.
(12) They were forced to cut back production.
(13) Rose bushes shoot again after being cut back.
(14) We must cut back our expenses.
(15) Water allotments to farmers were cut back in the drought.
(16) The doctor's told me to cut back on red meat.
(17) Just as large companies are having to cut back( back.html), so small businesses are being forced to close.
(18) The decision to cut back on film-making had a catastrophic effect on the nurturing of new talent.
(19) Richer countries must do more to cut back carbon emissions.
(20) This kind of word has been cut back to save space.
(21) Cut back the shoots in spring to encourage bushier growth.
(22) We cut back into the pinewoods and hid there till it was dark.
(23) The footballer pretended to run forward,then cut back and took the ball the other way.
(24) If we don't sell more we'll have to cut back production.
(25) Local authorities have been forced to cut back on expenditure.
(26) The film cut back to the earlier scene so that we understood her reasons.
(27) In times of economic hardship, firms cut back on training.
(28) We've had to cut back on staff to save money.
(29) If we don't sell more goods, we'll have to cut back production.
(30) We are heading for a crisis, with cash-starved councils forced to cut back on vital community services.
More similar words: set backbackback upback ofback onback awaycall backpay backhold backgive backgo back tofeedbackdraw backbackyardgo back onkeep backlook backbring backfall back onbackgrounddouble backback and forthdate back toquarterbackbasketballcutcutecut offcut incut out
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