Cut ties

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Definition

to cut ties: to end communication or a relationship
idiom
It would be a good idea to cut ties with them now, while it's early. Don't contact them again!

Examples

  • "It was never my intention to put you in a position where you had to choose between defending one of your employees and cutting your ties with our company."
  • "However, it must be said that we are not about to cut our ties with our current suppliers to enable Delavigne and its subsidiaries to create a skin-care monopoly."

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