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Orignially a football term - when a wide reciever goes out and needs to break away from a man defence, he needs to "cut the d."
Often used as a synonym for stop goofing around.
Cut the D man, you're 18. You shouldn't be spitting spit balls in class.
by AGordon October 16, 2005
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