Definition of cutback
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How to use cutback in a sentence
Indeed, city leaders recently asked city departments to outline cutbacks that could help close the city’s massive budget gap.Morning Report: Law Enforcement Is Spending on ‘Predictive Policing’|Voice of San Diego|February 2, 2021|Voice of San Diego
More than 60 local newsrooms shuttered over the course of 2020, while others have endured layoffs, furloughs and other cutbacks, according to journalism research organization Poynter.COVID-19 Is Ravaging Local Newspapers, Making it Easier for Misinformation to Spread|Tara Law|January 22, 2021|Time
He suspects that the company’s warning to employees could merely serve as a pretext for further cutbacks at Cumulus’s many stations.On conservative talk radio, efforts to tone down inflammatory rhetoric appear limited|Paul Farhi|January 20, 2021|Washington Post
Potential cutbacks will soon officially be on the table as the city stares down a projected $124 million deficit for the upcoming budget year.City Leaders Warn Departments: Start Looking for Cuts|Lisa Halverstadt|January 12, 2021|Voice of San Diego
This year, that may be even more the case if advertisers may have more than the usual amount of money carrying over from cutbacks in the spring and summer.‘Our biggest quarter ever’: Publishers’ ad businesses are rebounding into the end of the year — for now|Tim Peterson|November 4, 2020|Digiday
I'm not sure how some lower-end retail workers are going to survive the cutback.
In my view, this small cutback on the president's power will not prove that consequential.The Supreme Court Ruling on Obamacare: 16 Experts Weigh in|Matthew DeLuca|June 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In the throes of cutback after cutback, the content being presented is suffering.
I always thought S'Bucks was a ripoff anyway, so that's a cutback that I really don't mind at all.
British Dictionary definitions for cutback
Other Idioms and Phrases with cutback
Shorten by cutting, prune, as in It's time we cut back these bushes. [1860s]
Reduce, decrease, as in They are going to cut back defense spending, or We have to cut back production. [c. 1940] Also see cut to the bone.