Idioms: cut to the chase -- cutting edge

cut to the chase tell the exciting part, get to the point George, please, cut to the chase. We're tired of the story already.
cut-up (See a cut-up)
cut you down to size make you feel smaller; not as important The foreman cut him down to size by calling him a laborer.
cut you to ribbons defeat you in an argument, embarrass you in a contest That professor will cut you to ribbons if you question his facts.
cut your own throat hurt yourself, be your own worst enemy By overspending, you will cut your own throat.
cute as a bug's ear petite and pretty, adorable Have you seen her little sister? She's cute as a bug's ear.
cutting edge the latest technology, state of the art This picture is the cutting edge - the best in the TV industry.
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