cut back

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English - Turkish
azaltmak

Fabrika üretimini azaltmak zorunda kaldı. - The factory had to cut back its production.

kısmak
budamak
buda
kesinti yapmak
kesip kısaltmak
geri dönmek
kesmek
(deyim) cut back (on) sth. azaltmak. a cut-back azaltma
hikâyede geriye dönüş yapmak
tasarruf etmek
eksiltme
cutback
indirim
cutback
kesinti

Birçok işçi bütçe kesintileri nedeniyle işten çıkarılmak zorundaydı. - Many employees had to be laid off due to budget cutbacks.

Evimin yanındaki kütüphane bütçe kesintileri yüzünden şimdi haftada yalnızca üç gün açık. - The library near my house is now open only three days a week due to budget cutbacks.

cutback
buda
prune, trim, cut back, lop, clip
Kuru erik, trim sırt, sarkık, küçük kesilmiş
to cut back
azaltmak için
can you cut a little more off the back
arkamı biraz daha kısaltır mısınız
cutback
(Askeri) KATBEK: Kaldırım inşasında, tabii asfaltı başka bir hale sokmak için kullanılan eriyik
cutback
azaltma
cutback
{i} hikâyede geriye dönüş
cutback
{i} eksiltme
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katbek
cutback
kesme
cutback
düşüş
cutback
akici bitüm
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{i} sin. geriye dönüş
English - English
To reduce spending

We need to cut back heavily on office supplies. Is there another vendor we can use?.

To reduce the amount of (something)

Some U.S. banks are cutting back their dealings with embassies and other foreign institutions in the United States because of the difficulty of complying with money-laundering rules, the Wall Street Journal reported.

To reduce consumption

He needs to cut back on doughnuts. He weighs 289 pounds!.

cut down on, reduce something, use less of something (e.g.: "I drink too much coffee, I decided to cut back")
place restrictions on; "curtail drinking in school"
If you cut back something such as expenditure or cut back on it, you reduce it. They will be concerned to cut back expenditure on unnecessary items The Government has cut back on defence spending We have been cutting back a bit: we did have thirteen horses, but now it's nine. see also cutback
cut down on; make a reduction in; "reduce your daily fat intake"; "The employer wants to cut back health benefits"
return in time; "the film cut back to an earlier event in the story"
cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of; "dress the plants in the garden"
return in time; "the film cut back to an earlier event in the story
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An offensive pass played into a position further from the attacking goal line
cutback
Maneuver where the surfer turns and surfs back towards where the wave is breaking
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Solvent-thinned bitumen used in cold process roofing adhesives, cements and coatings
cutback
solvent-thinned bitumen used in cold-applied ("process") roofing adhesives, roof cements, and roof coatings
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Designed by Arrow Dynamics this element includes a single inversion and a 180-degree turnaround
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A cutback is a reduction that is made in something. London Underground said it may have to axe 500 signalling jobs because of government cutbacks in its investment. = cut. a reduction in something, such as the number of workers in a company or the amount of money a government or company spends
cutback
{i} curtailing, reduction, cutting down, decrease
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Solvent-thinned bitumen used in cold process roofing adhesives, flashing cements and roof coatings
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a reduction in the number of workers due to a shortage of work to be performed or a decrease in the budget necessary to pay the workers
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A reduction in an existing program of some sort
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Arrow element consisting of a single inversion in a 180° turnaround
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Bitumen thinned by solvents that is used in cold-process roofing adhesives, roof cements, and roof coatings
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The surfing manoeuvre used to change direction and head back towards the breaking part of the wave
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Cutback - Arrow element consisting of a single inversion in a 180 degree turnaround
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a reduction in quantity or rate
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return to a previous scene following a reaction shot or other cutaway
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In roofing, basic asphalt or tar which has been "cut back" with solvents and oils so that the material become fluid
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