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Cutoff Definition from Business & Finance Dictionaries & Glossaries
BTS Transportation Expressions
A cut made by dredging that eliminates a bend in the river or curve. Usually refers to a new channel made by entering at the head of a bend, passing through the cut, and emerging at the end of the bend on the downstream side. (TNDOT1)By the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
Sean_Woo's Finance,GIS & Real Estate Glossary
specifies the maximum pair separation distance as a percentage of the length of the diagonal of the bounding rectangle of the data points.
Cutoff Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Cutoff or cut off or cut-off may refer to:
Science and technology
- Cutoff (physics), a threshold value for a quantity
- Cutoff (reference value), a one-sided reference range
- Cutoff (steam engine), the point in the piston stroke at which the inlet valve is closed
- Cutoff (metalworking), a piercing operation used to cut a workpiece from the stock
- Cutoff grade, in mining, the level of mineral in an ore below which it is not economically feasible to mine it
- Cutoff frequency, in telecommunications and digital signal processing
- Cut-off (electronics), when in a MOSFET device the gate to source control voltage is less than a threshold value denoted by or : then the channel is said to be cut-off, imposing the flow of a very low drain-to-source current
- Meander cutoff, a course change in a meadering river
- Fuse (electrical), a type of overcurrent protection device
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Cutoff Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
1. a designated limit beyond which something cannot function or must be terminated
(hypernym) limit, limitation
2. a route shorter than the usual one
(synonym) shortcut, crosscut
(hypernym) road, route
3. a device that terminates the flow in a pipe