cut (someone or something) loose from (something)

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cut (someone or something) loose from (something)

1. To free someone from something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "cut" and "loose." Luckily, the rescue crew was able to cut the girl loose from her wrecked car and save her life.
2. To cut two things apart. A noun or pronoun can be used between "cut" and "loose." When the basketball got caught in the net, we had to cut it loose.
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cut someone or something loose from something

to sever the connection between people or things, in any combination. Wally cut the child loose from the tree where his playmates had tied him up. I cut the cord loose from the anchor by mistake.
See also: cut, loose