Ukrayna güvenlik güçleri bu iki önemli kenti birbirinden ayırmak amacıyla Donetsk ve Luhansk arasındaki kasaba ve köyleri işgal etmeye çalışıyorlar. - The Ukrainian security forces are trying to occupy the towns and villages between Donetsk and Luhansk in order to cut off those two important cities from each other.
when a defensive player keeps his body between an attacker and the defender's goal, forcing the attacker out towards the sidelines
To cut someone or something off means to separate them from things that they are normally connected with. One of the goals of the campaign is to cut off the elite Republican Guard from its supplies The storm has cut us off. = isolate + cut off cut off Without a car we still felt very cut off
To cut off a supply of something means to stop providing it or stop it being provided. The rebels have cut off electricity from the capital Why cut the money off?
If you cut someone off when they are speaking, you interrupt them and stop them from speaking. `But, sir, I'm under orders to -- ' Clark cut him off. `Don't argue with me.'
If you cut something off, you remove it with a knife or a similar tool. Mrs Kreutz cut off a generous piece of the meat He cut me off a slice He threatened to cut my hair off
If you get cut off when you are on the telephone, the line is suddenly disconnected and you can no longer speak to the other person. When you do get through, you've got to say your piece quickly before you get cut off I'm going to cut you off now because we've got lots of callers waiting. = disconnect
a deadline for the introduction of government bills into the Senate, imposed by the Senate in an attempt to avoid a rush of bills at the end of sittings; in order to be considered in a period of sittings a bill must be first introduced in either house in the previous period of sittings, and be received by the Senate before two-thirds of the current sitting period has expired
The cut-off grade is the arbitrarily defined lowest grade which will be mined from an ore ore deposit, and usually defines the boundary of the deposit For example, if the average grade of a porphyry deposit is 0 5% Cu, the cut-off might be 0 2% Cu any rock with a grade below 0 2% Cu would be waste
A cut-off or a cut-off point is the level or limit at which you decide that something should stop happening. The cut-off date for registering is yet to be announced On young girls it can look really great, but there is a definite age cut-off on this
A detail designed to prevent lateral water movement into the insulation where the membrane terminates at the end of a dayÃ•s work, or used to isolate sections of the roofing system It is usually removed before the continuation of the work
Breaking, or ending, files at regular intervals, usually at the close of a fiscal or calendar year, to permit their disposal or transfer in complete blocks and, for correspondence files, to permit the establishment of new files Case files are generally cut off at the end of the year in which the case is closed Cutoff is sometimes abbreviated as COFF and is also called file cutoff or file break See also BLOCK (1)
A detail designed to prevent lateral water movement into the insulation where the membrane terminates at the end of a day's work, or used to isolate sections of the roofing system It is usually removed before the continuation of the work
The valve gearing or mechanism by which steam is cut off from entering the cylinder of a steam engine after a definite point in a stroke, so as to allow the remainder of the stroke to be made by the expansive force of the steam already let in
A filters cutoff controls where in the frequency spectrum the filter is active at try to imagine it as a vertical line which moves left and right along a frequency graph, depending on how you twiddle the knob for example, in the Band Reject graph above, the cutoff line would be right down the middle of the 'dip' (see Filter)
(1) Galvanometer cutoff A point at minimum or maximum deflection on a galvanometer trace where the curve begins or ends Cutoff is produced by blocking the reflected light beam (2) Parameter cutoff Upper or lower limiting value of a reservoir-size parameter Values outside these limits are not used in computation or other data-handling manipulation
a permanent detail designed to seal and prevent lateral water movement in an insulation system, and used to isolate sections of a roofing system (Note: A cutoff is different from a tie-off, which may be a temporary or permanent seal ) (See Tie-Off )
1 A wall, collar, narrow excavation, or other structure, such as a trench, constructed along the centerline of a dam, dike, levee, or embankment, and filled with relatively impervious material intended to reduce seepage of water through porous strata 2 In river hydraulics, the new and shorter channel formed either naturally or artificially when a stream cuts through the neck of a bend
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