2. Noun. An area of cutover land. ¹
3. Noun. The discontinuity that occurs when switching from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Cutover
1. land cleared of trees [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cutover
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Literary usage of Cutover
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1. Lumber Manufacturing Accounts by Arthur Francis Jones (1914)
"cutover Lands The land underlying the timber is not usually considered as being of any actual value from an operating standpoint, and the purchase price is ..."
2. Automatic Telephony: A Comprehensive Treatise on Automatic and Semi by Arthur Bessey Smith, Wilson Lee Campbell (1914)
"A quick and satisfactory cutover may be made under these conditions, however, just as when the change is made to one automatic central office only. ..."
3. Transactions of the Commonwealth Club of California by Commonwealth Club of California (1903)
"21—"Reforestation of Idle cutover Lands from Viewpoint of Private* Industry," by John H. Gray, Vice President in charge of operations, Union Lumber Company, ..."
4. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences by Washington Academy of Sciences (1915)
"Splendid young growth, however, is found here and there on cutover land, away from any seed trees, where the leaf litter is not completely burned. ..."
5. Southern Appalachians: History of the Landscape by Susan Yarnell (1999)
"Large corporations favored a reserve; the government's purchase of cutover lands would relieve them of tax responsibility for the property and promote ..."
6. A History of Russian Forestry and Its Leaders by Viktor Konstantinovich Tepli︠a︡kov (1998)
"The Nature of the Taiga Forests and cutover Area. 1962. In: Proc. ... The Connection Between Forest Type and the Type of cutover. 1959. Botanical Journal. ..."