Definition of Budget cut

1. Noun. The act of reducing budgeted expenditures.

Generic synonyms: Cut

Lexicographical Neighbors of Budget Cut

budged
budger
budgeree
budgereegah
budgerigar
budgerigars
budgero
budgeros
budgerow
budgerows
budgers
budgerygah
budges
budget
budget constraint
budget cut (current term)
budget deficit
budget for
budget items
budgetarily
budgetary
budgeted
budgeteer
budgeteers
budgeter
budgeters
budgeting
budgetless
budgets
budgie

Literary usage of Budget cut

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Situational Communication: Relating Styles / by Donald L. MacRae by MacRae, Donald L., 1941-, Dr. Donald L. MacRae (1993)
""And if he did, he would be successful in the sense that he would have his ten percent budget cut. But he sure wouldn't have achieved that result ..."

2. Ballistic Missile Defense: Responding to the Current Ballistic Missile edited by Robert L Ehrlich (2000)
"In the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, they suffered, what, a 30 percent budget cut this year. Do you see that shifting over to the Department of ..."

3. Public and Private School Choices in the District of Columbia: Congressional edited by Frank D. Riggs (2000)
"And when there's a budget-cut as in this City, and as in other cities, they, ... Whenever there is a budget-cut, they, they, they, they make them feel that ..."

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