(be/get) cut off

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Mike

(be/get) cut off
Definition: to suddenly lose your connection.
(This verb has more than one meaning)
E.g.1: In the middle of the conversation, we were suddenly (/suddenly got) cut off – there may be a fault on the line.
E.g.2: Don’t put that phone down! You’ll cut him off!

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