Definition of Make the cut

1. Verb. (idiomatic) To succeed at something or meet a requirement; to be chosen out of a field of candidates or possibilities. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Make The Cut

make short work of
make somebody's hair curl
make someone's blood boil
make someone's blood run cold
make someone's day
make someone's hair curl
make someone's jaw drop
make someone's nipples ache
make someone's skin crawl
make someone's teeth itch
make someone cry
make something of oneself
make sure
make the bed
make the blood run cold
make the cut (current term)
make the grade
make the most of
make the perfect the enemy of the good
make the rounds
make the welkin ring
make time
make to
make tracks
make tracks for
make unnecessary
make up
make up one's mind
make use

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