cut-throat

  • 1 cut-throat — {adj.} Severe; intense; unrelenting. * /There is cut throat competition among the various software companies today./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 2 cut-throat — {adj.} Severe; intense; unrelenting. * /There is cut throat competition among the various software companies today./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 3 Cut Throat Freak Show — is a side show performance group founded in the late 1990s by Jeremy Kinison. Based in Tempe, Arizona, they perform both traditional and new side show stunts. Contents 1 Performers 1.1 Acts 2 Notable Appearances …

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  • 4 Cut-throat competition — Cut throat competition, also known as destructive or ruinous competition, refers to situations when competition results in prices that do not chronically or for extended periods of time cover costs of production, particularly fixed costs. This… …

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  • 5 Cut-throat Finch — Male Conservation status …

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  • 6 Cut-throat — Cut throat, cutthroat or cut throat may refer to: A murderer Cut throat competition, a competition results in reducing prices A highly competitive person or organization Any three player game in which each player plays for him or herself; a 1 on… …

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  • 7 Cut-throat Meadow — is managed as a nature reserve by the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Peterborough. [1] It lies on the eastern edge of Ampthill in the county of Bedfordshire. References ^ Wildlife Trust: Cut throat Meadow… …

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  • 8 Cut-throat Records — Label design as used on first release (CUT 1) Listen in Safety logo from 1980, and CD mounted in jewel case Cut throat Records (also known as Cut throat Productions) is a record label created and run by …

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  • 9 Operation: Cut-Throat — EP by Hidden in Plain View Released …

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  • 10 cut-throat — ˈcut throat adjective [only before a noun] COMMERCE involving businesses competing very strongly with each other, for example by offering lower prices which may force some businesses to fail: • Cut throat competition is keeping ticket prices low …

    Financial and business terms

  • 11 cut-throat — adj. Cut throat is used with these nouns: ↑competition, ↑razor, ↑world …

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  • 12 cut-throat razor — n BrE a ↑razor with a very long sharp blade, used especially in the past …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13 cut-throat — cut|throat [ˈkʌtθrəut US θrout] adj [usually before noun] a cut throat activity or business involves people competing with each other in an unpleasant way ▪ Cut throat competition is keeping prices low. ▪ the cut throat world of advertising …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 14 cut-throat — adj Severe; intense; unrelenting. There is cut throat competition among the various software companies today …

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  • 15 cut-throat — ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n (disapproval) If you describe a situation as cut throat, you mean that the people or companies involved all want success and do not care if they harm each other in getting it. ...the cut throat competition in personal… …

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  • 16 cut-throat — noun 1》 dated a murderer or other violent criminal. 2》 (also cut throat trout) a trout of western North America, with red or orange markings under the jaw. [Salmo clarki.] adjective 1》 ruthless and intense: cut throat competition. 2》 (of some… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 17 cut-throat — raudondryžė amadina statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas atitikmenys: lot. Amadina fasciata angl. cut throat vok. Bandamadine, f; Bandfink, m rus. красногорлая амадина, f pranc. amadine cou coupé, f ryšiai: platesnis terminas – amadinos …

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  • 18 cut-throat — ► NOUN dated ▪ a murderer or other violent criminal. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ ruthless and intense …

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  • 19 cut-throat razor — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a razor with a long blade which folds like a penknife …

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  • 20 cut-throat —    This word occurs mainly in the phrase ‘cut throat competition’ in modern times, where ruthlessness is implied, though not to the point where competitors are literally murdered. The cut throat of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries was… …

    A dictionary of epithets and terms of address


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