English version

cut something short

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcut something shortcut something shortINTERRUPTto stop doing something earlier than you planned The band has cut short its US concert tour. Her athletic career was cut short by a leg injury. cut
Examples from the Corpus
cut something shortHis death at the age of 38 cut short a brilliant career.The ten-day mission was cut short when one of the shuttle's navigation devices failed.
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