Be cut out for somebody/something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
be cut out for somebody/something
be cut out for (or to be) have exactly the right qualities for a particular role, task, or job. informal
The sense of cut out here is ‘formed or fashioned by cutting’, as the pieces of a garment are cut out from the fabric.
1992 Paul Auster Leviathan Whenever I stopped and examined my own behavior, I concluded that I wasn't cut out for marriage.
be cut ˈout for somebody/something,
be cut ˈout to be something be well suited in character or ability to a person, a job, or an activity: She wasn’t a great journalist. She was more cut out for television reporting. ♢ Why did he join the army? He’s really not cut out to be a soldier.