cut ties with (someone)

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cut ties with (someone)

To end or discontinue a relationship—romantic or otherwise—with someone or some group. Mary cut all ties with her family when she moved to New York City. The government began cutting ties with the war-torn country after its human rights atrocities came to light.
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'I don't think even if you cut ties with a particular country, if it benefits that country to be entering into a commercial agreement with one who cuts its ties, I don't think they will sever that relationship.
VIRGIN Holidays has cut ties with all attractions using captured whales and dolphins for entertainment.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Tedoro Locsin Jr., however, earlier said that the Philippines will not cut ties with the UNHRC and Iceland.
They also come as numerous Western nations and companies have cut ties with Huawei amid concerns about spying and how close ties between Huawei and the Chinese government might be.
Event of the Arab countries cutting ties On 5th June 2017, 5 Arab countries: Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Yemen, UAE and Bahrain cut ties with Qatar.
Years later, she joined her brother Diamond Platnumz in WCB and cut ties with Kiba.
Weiss, the creators of HBO's famous show 'Game of Thrones', have cut ties with their longtime management company called, Management 360.
In addition, a source told Grazia magazine that (https://www.ibtimes.com/meghan-markle-cut-ties-her-friends-ahead-royal-wedding-2646998) Markle cut ties with her friends ahead of her royal wedding to Prince Harry.
A spokesman for the music mogul said Cowell has cut ties with Modest Management and will no longer work with any artists managed by the company.
The bank has already scaled down its operations in Europe and has effectively cut ties with the US.
Last April, Cardema announced that the commission had cut ties with non-profit Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations Awards Foundation Inc.
Auto Business News-August 7, 2018--Ford cut ties with another high-level employee
Political analyst Meas Nee said the US grant signals that Washington did not want to completely cut ties with Cambodia and that the humanitarian aid should not be seen as a warming of relations between the countries.
The government of Iraq has said that it has cut ties with a local bank that was sanctioned by the US.
Also in a statement last Tuesday, Lebanon's resistance movement Hezbollah said Morocco cut ties with Iran due to pressure from the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia.