from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A reduction or decrease.
- n. The surgical insertion of a catheter into a vein, as for the administration of intravenous medication.
- adj. Reduced in size; abridged.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An emergency medical procedure in which the vein is exposed and a cannula is inserted into it.
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Save yourself 90 minutes of tawdry agony and watch this 90-second cutdown of the movie's most ludicrous moments. ...
I really can't see how this is supposed to cutdown on crime.
Then they had to float the deer down stream to this big cutdown where we had come in on another hunting club to get the deer, dogs, and the hunters!!!
Bubba'd with a cutdown stock & maybe drilled & tapped for a scope already will keep the cost down even more.
Later, there was Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn, in which Raimi basically started off remaking the first film in a cutdown version — Bruce Campbell and his girlfriend being the only people at the cabin in this version – then transitioned into giving us a gory, more fun film than the first.
They were going to float the deer downstream to the cutdown Ricky came out of and they needed a four wheeler to haul the deer.
The regulator had questioned the airline on the sudden cutdown and Kingfisher said it has provided clarification on the matter.
This is a cutdown version for older equipment which will run on machines with as little as 256mb.
Unlike its peers, MphasiS has been largely unaffected by a cutdown in technology spending during the global economic slowdown as its got a regular flow of business from H-P.
I'm an Obama man, but in the Veracifier cutdown, Hillary sure looked impressive.