at tha spot
hey lets go chill over in tha cut by john's house
by g-lo June 11, 2004
"In the cut" primarily refers to a location that is secluded or hard to find. It can be used in both urban and rural areas. In a metropolitan setting, a house or store that’s “back in the cut” would be in a place off the main drag, perhaps in an older or run-down neighborhood. Likewise, in the country when someone’s house is “out in the cut” it generally means that person’s house is off the map (far away from town, gravel roads, etc.)

Livin “down in the cut” isn’t necessarily a bad thing. You can throw some bangin-assed parties when there’s nobody else around to complain about em.
Guy1 “Trey’s party was off the hook!”
Guy2 “Really, where was it? I couldn’t find the place...”
Guy1 “It’s back in the cut, on Bent Street”
by Alan King July 01, 2004
An area that no one knows about
Yo! I'm at Anna G's house, in the cut
by cut420 January 30, 2011
A term primarily used by Nebraskans for a hard to find/hidden place
My pa's cornfield is in the cut behind the tractor.
by lilwayne10 November 12, 2010
A term used by many hip-hop artists to describe someone (usually them) who is at the top of their game and/or in a place where they want to be.
Kid Cudi: Yeah, man, I'm in the cut. Hence the title of my next album, Indicud.
by JohnVincent1 August 16, 2012
to be in a club at the back in the corner
like at a club and you get the vip and they seat you in the corner of the club your "in the cut"
by shalliors July 13, 2010
sexual intercourse; the "cut" meaning the vagina.
what'd you do last night?
i was in the cut till late.
by MetMan 2004 September 03, 2004

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