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Today’s Word: cut down

Today’s Word: cut down

October 4, 2018 =========

☆  cut down  切り詰める


If you use the word cut down in a financial situation, you mean that you spend less money. You can also use this word to do or use something less, for example cut down on coffee, or a businessman who wanted to cut down on travel and spend more time with his family. So, here are some examples on how you would use this word in a financial situation:

You always spend way too much on eating out, you should cut down!
If you are spending more than you earn, can you find ways to cut down?
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