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cut a dash

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcut a dashcut a dashold-fashionedBEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKING to look very impressive and attractive in particular clothes With her new image, she’ll certainly cut a dash on her holiday cruise. dash
Examples from the Corpus
cut a dashAssistant Editor, Hellena Barnes cut a dash with her scissors.He cut a dashing figure in his black-leather jacket and blue jeans.Tall, dark, handsome and eloquent, our hero cuts a dashing figure in the little city with big ambitions.They were able to take a high line, look impressive, cut a dash - on the cheap.
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