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色絵などを切り抜いて様々な形に細工したもの - EDR日英対訳辞書
切り欠き部２が、好ましくはＵ字状または直線状の切り込みである。 - 特許庁
One side edge 86 of the locking plate 65 is provided with a first cutout part 101 and a second cutout part 102 and the other side edge 87 is provided with a third cutout part 121, a fourth cutout part 122 and a fifth cutout part 123.例文帳に追加
ロックプレート６５の一側縁８６に第１切欠部１０１と第２切欠部１０２を設け、他側縁８７に第３切欠部１２１と第４切欠部１２２と第５切欠部１２３を設ける。 - 特許庁
ウォータポンプブラケット９０には、切り欠き２１２および切り欠き２１４と、切り欠き形状を有するボルト用孔２１３とが形成されている。 - 特許庁
出典:『Wiktionary』 (2012/04/22 18:15 UTC 版)
- Something that has been cut out from something else
- Any of several devices that halt the flow of a current, especially an electric current
- An intermediary who communicates between members of a clandestine organization
- A free-standing, rigid print (usu. life-sized), often used for promotional purposes
- (computing) Clip art
- Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see cut, out. To separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; sever.
- (transitive) To refrain from (doing something, using something etc.), to stop/cease (doing something).
- He had to cut out smoking in order to be prepared for the marathon
- She kept clicking her heels. He told her to cut it out.
- 1906, Princeton Alumni Weekly (volume 7, page 210)
- Steven Wright jokes: 
- (transitive) To remove, omit.
- (transitive) To oust, to replace.
- (transitive) To separate from a herd.
- (intransitive) To stop working, to switch off; (of a person on the telephone etc.) to be inaudible, be disconnected.
- (intransitive) To leave suddenly.
- (usually in passive) To arrange or prepare.
- (transitive) To intercept.
- 2011 January 12, Saj Chowdhury, “Liverpool 2 - 1 Liverpool”, in BBC:
- As lax as the visitors' defence was, Blackpool's backline was solid. In the first half the Seasiders cut out final balls to Meireles, one of Liverpool's best players, on two occasions and after the break the brilliant Craig Cathcart got enough on his headed clearance to prevent Torres from planting into the net at the far post.
- (nautical) To take a ship out of a harbor etc. by getting between her and the shore.
- A hole or space produced when something is removed by cutting. Also attributive.
- 1874, Charles W. Hearn, “Medallion and Arch-top Printing”, in The Practical Printer. A Complete Manual of Photographic Printing. [...] Containing Full Details concerning All the Styles and Processes of Plain and Albumen Paper Printing and of Printing on Porcelain, with an Example of Printing by the Author, and nearly One Hundred Illustrations, Valuable to Both the Learner and the Practiced Printer, Philadelphia, Pa.: Benerman & Wilson, OCLC 166637342, page 66:
- 1995, “Buckling and Postbuckling Behaviour of Laminated Composite Plates with a Cut-out”, in G. J. Turvey and I. H. Marshall, editors, Buckling and Postbuckling of Composite Plates, London: Chapman & Hall, →ISBN, page 273:
- 2007, Mathew [Timothy] Brown; Patrick Guthrie; Greg Growden, “Individual Skills”, in Rugby For Dummies, 2nd edition, Mississauga, Ont.: John Wiley & Sons Canada, →ISBN, page 152:
- When you pass the ball out along the line and deliberately skip the receiver next to you, it's called a cut-out pass […]. The pass travels right in front of the adjacent player, but instead of reaching out and taking the ball, he fakes grabbing it and lets it fly by to the next player in the line. The phrase two-man cut-out means that the ball-carrier has thrown the ball past the first two players next to him in the attacking line, sending it instead to the third man in the line.
- A piece cut out of something.
- 1866, William H. G. Kingston, “How to Make a Boy's Boat”, in Edmund Routledge, editor, Routledge's Every Boy's Annual. An Entertaining Miscellany of Original Literature, London; New York, N.Y.: George Routledge and Sons, The Broadway, Ludgate Hill; New York: 129, Grand Street, OCLC 952449735, page 275:
- Unless a boy is a very good carpenter, and has great patience and plenty of time at his command, I cannot advise him to attempt making a built model,—at all events, not until he has formed several cut-outs first. One of these "cut-outs" will serve as a model or form from which he may frame his "built vessel," with such modifications as he may deem necessary.
- 2007, Joyce Kohfeldt, “Introduction”, in Math Activities Using Colorful Cut-outs: Grade 2, Greensboro, N.C.: Carson-Dellosa Publishing, →ISBN, page 5:
- A free-standing, rigid print (usually life-sized), often displayed for promotional purposes; a standee.
- 2011, Jug Suraiya, “A Career of Pissing People Off”, in JS & the Times of My Life: A Worm's Eye View of Indian Journalism, Chennai: Tranquebar Press, →ISBN:
- 2012 June 3, Nathan Rabin, “The Simpsons (Classic): ‘Mr. Plow’ [season 4, episode 9; originally aired November 19, 1992]”, in The A.V. Club, archived from the original on 7 April 2016:
- The best of friends become the worst of enemies when Barney makes a hilarious attack ad where he viciously pummels a cardboard cut-out of Homer before special guest star Linda Ronstadt joins the fun to both continue the attack on the helpless Homer stand-in and croon a slanderously accurate, insanely catchy jingle about how "Mr. Plow is a loser/And I think he is a boozer."
- A trusted middleman or intermediary, especially in espionage.
- 1943 November, Special Operations Executive (UK), “Organization”, in How to be a Spy: The World War II SOE Training Manual (Secret History Files), Toronto, Ont.; Tonawanda, N.Y.: Dundurn Press, published 2004, →ISBN, page 102:
- A cut-out, or intermediary, forms the link between two agents or between an agent and the outside world. He may know very little about the organization and just carry messages, or he may be a liaison officer who is able to answer questions and take decisions; but the important thing is that he should not undertake any other subversive activity. […] A cut-out should be able to contact inconspicuously each of the two agents between whom he is the link.
- 1997, Duane R[amsdell] Clarridge; Digby Diehl, A Spy for All Seasons: My Life in the CIA, New York, N.Y.: Scribner, →ISBN, page 94:
- (computing) Clip art.
- (electronics) Any of several devices that halts the flow of a current, especially an electric current; a trip-switch or trip.
- 1916, A[ndrew] L[ee] Dyke, “Instruction No. 27. The Electric Generator: Principle. Construction. Operation. Regulation”, in Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia. [...] Containing 366 Charts with a Dictionary and Index: Treating on the Construction, Operation and Repairing of Automobiles and Gasoline Engines, 5th rev. and enlarged edition, St. Louis, Mo.: A. L. Dyke, OCLC 8996560, figure 2 caption, page 338:
- 2009, Rick Astley, “Charging System”, in Classic British Car Electrical Systems: Your Guide to Understanding, Repairing and Improving the Electrical Components (The Essential Manual), Dorchester, Dorset: Veloce Publishing, →ISBN, page 57:
- The semiconductor also enhances regulation of the charging system, the older dynamo being controlled by two or three relay-like devices: 1. a cut-out that disconnects the dynamo from the battery when the generated voltage drops below that of the battery, as is the case when the engine is not running.
- 2016, John A. Tomczyk; Eugene Silberstein; William C. Whitman; William M. Johnson, “Automatic Control Components and Applications”, in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, 8th edition, Boston, Mass.: Cengage Learning, →ISBN, page 355:
- [T]he cut-out of a control interrupts or opens the electric circuit. The cut-in closes the electric circuit, and the differential is the difference between the cut-in and the cut-out points. […] As you can see, the differential controls the pressure or temperature difference between the cut-in and cut-out settings.
- (telegraphy) A switch that changes the current from one circuit to another, or for shortening a circuit.
- (US) A railway cutting.
- (US, agriculture) The separation of a group of cattle from a herd; the place where they are collected.
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周囲壁４に切り込みを入れた切込部９を設けて切込部９から補強材７を中空部に挿入することにより補強する。 - 特許庁
フラットケーブル切り出し部１０３、端子切り出し部１１３、及び切り抜き孔１１５は、テーパー状に形成されている。 - 特許庁
クリップには、モール切り欠き部係止部２５が形成され、モールには前記モール切り欠き部係止部に係止する切り欠き部が形成されている。 - 特許庁
電柱にカットアウトを取り付けずに、変圧器に直接カットアウトを取り付けることができるようにする。 - 特許庁
分電盤のパネル１に切欠３を形成し、ここに樹脂製の取付部品４を挿入する。 - 特許庁
この乗降板１０ｂに切り欠き１４を形成し、この切り欠き１４に照明器具１６を配設する。 - 特許庁
内筒３を回転させてバンパー４２を外筒切欠部及び内筒切欠部３２で挟持する。 - 特許庁
切欠部49の両側縁に、切欠部49の外方へと突出壁部51，51を突設する。 - 特許庁
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