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cut along

(intransitive, adverb) (Brit, informal) to hurry off
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  • I heard one of the men say gruffly, "Now then, you cut along off!"

    The Wonder J. D. Beresford
  • Draw the outlines as in Fig. 88, then cut along the lines you have drawn.

  • Crease this fold carefully and make the first cut along the fold.

  • You cut along out with a nip o' brandy for a stimilant, he says.

    It Never Can Happen Again

    William De Morgan
  • You cannot see how the charcoal-burners have cut along the Cattle Ridge.

    The Debatable Land Arthur Colton
  • Score this line, and cut along the score one inch from each end.

  • Now you cut along an' finish up your old rag, and Turkey and me will help.

    Stalky & Co. Rudyard Kipling
  • I'll cut along and dress as soon as I've given Garton a little nourishment.

    The Sixth Sense

    Stephen McKenna
  • cut along upstairs, Joan, or you'll have Miss Bird after you.

    The Eldest Son Archibald Marshall
  • cut along e f, and cut off the shaded portions and fold as in Fig. 79.

    Toy-Making in School and Home

    Ruby Kathleen Polkinghorne and Mabel Irene Rutherford Polkinghorne

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