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cutting edgeThe forefront, or position of greatest advancement in some field.
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cutting edgeThe sharp edge of the blade of a knife.
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nut-cutting timeTime to exert maximum effort, for example, due to an approaching deadline or a looming competitive situation.
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nut-cutting timeTime to gather nuts before they are taken by other animals or buried in snow.
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on the cutting room floorNot included in the finalized version of something; deliberately rejected or unintentionally overlooked.
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bring offTo succeed in doing something considered to be very difficult.
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bugger offGo away.
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call offTo recall; to cancel or call a halt to.
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call off the carpetTo get away from
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cut offTo remove via cutting.
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dash offTo leave a place quickly or briefly.
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doze offTo fall asleep unintentionally.
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drift offTo fall asleep in a gradual manner.
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eff offA censored form of the phrase f** off.
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fall offTo become detached or to drop from.
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finish offTo finish completely.
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fly off the handlegetting angry for a small little thing
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go in offTo pot the cue ball accidentally after hitting the object ball.
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hold offTo delay someone or something temporarily; to keep at bay.
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off the top of one's headWithout great thought or investigation; extemporaneous; natural; offhand.
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piss offTo leave, to go away.
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put offTo procrastinate.
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rip offTo pull off by ripping.
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start offTo begin.
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strip offTo remove anything by stripping, e.g. items of clothing or paint from the side of a ship.
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take offTo remove.
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fire offTo write a note or letter quickly.
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take offTo absent oneself from work or other responsibility, especially with permission.
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fend offAway; to turn away; to defend against; to repel with force or effort.
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drink offTo drink the entirety of in a short period; originally and especially, in a single gulp.
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auction offTo sell something at an auction.
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back offTo move backwards away from something.
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back offTo become less aggressive, particularly when one had appeared committed to act.
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back offTo lower the setting of.
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blow offTo shoot something with a gun, causing it to come disconnected.
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buck offTo cause to fall off.
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bug offUsed to tell somebody to leave them alone.
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bugger offAn expression of disagreement or disbelief.
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bump offTo kill, especially to murder.
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buzz offUsed to tell someone to go away.
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cast offTo discard or reject something.
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cast offTo finish the last row of knitted stitches and remove them securely from the needle.
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close offTo seal or block the entrance to a road, an area, or a building so that people cannot enter.
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come offTo become detached.
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cross offTo strike out; to cross out; to draw a line through.
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cut offTo isolate or remove from contact.
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dash offTo write quickly or informally.
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drive offTo force to leave or go away.
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drop offTo lessen or reduce.
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face offEither an actual or a figurative face to face confrontation, especially a bitter one.
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