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make the cut

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  1. make the cutverb

    To succeed at something or meet a requirement; to be chosen out of a field of candidates or possibilities.

  2. Etymology: From the sport of golf, in which players are said to make the cut when they match or exceed a certain score, thus avoiding elimination during the final two rounds of a four-round tournament.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of make the cut in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of make the cut in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of make the cut in a Sentence

  1. Geoffrey Pazzanese:

    What I would be short is short China, short (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) markets that didn't make the cut.

  2. Rhein Gibson:

    To be able to do that on a Friday to make the cut and get back in contention, it's probably better than a 55.

  3. American Colt Knost:

    Standing on 17, I told (another player in the group) we both needed a miracle to somehow make the cut. That was probably the definition of it.

  4. Sky Sports:

    I hate to say this but yesterday( Saturday) at the end of this show I was just hoping that he would n’t make the cut, that he ’d just finish one outside, not because I do n’t want to see Tiger Woods play, we always want to see Tiger Woods play, but you could just see Tiger Woods was in agony trying to get around there and it was n’t a surprise at all to be honest that Tiger Woods had to withdraw.

  5. Rory McIlroy:

    Only shooting one-under yesterday on the south course, I knew I needed to go out and shoot something at least in the mid 60s to just make the cut, let alone get back in the golf tournament, so it was nice to eagle the first hole we played and it's always a bonus when you can hole a wedge shot as well. All in all a good round of golf and at least have a shot going into the weekend.

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