Cut Corners is an idiom whose meaning is to take shortcuts or to save money or efforts by finding cheaper or easier ways to do something.
Cut corners idiom sentence
- To pay out the EMI of loan this month, she have to cut corners.
- She doesn’t like to cut corners when she has company for lunch.
- Cutting corners in material led to a poor product quality.
- When the startup founder found out that the technical department was cutting corners they issued warning to them.
- My father often had to cut corners when we were kids in order to provide quality education and food.
- The Prime minister had decided to cut corners in order to overcome of the expense related to the Covid-19.
- It is not a good move to cut corners with national defense budget.