cut above, a


cut above, a
 Slightly above. Of a higher standard than. A degree beyond (one's means, one's level, etc.).

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  • be a cut above something — be a cut above (something/someone) to be better than other things or people. This dark chocolate contains 70% cocoa solids. It s a cut above ordinary chocolate. Our new luxury apartments are a cut above the rest …   New idioms dictionary

  • be a cut above someone — be a cut above (something/someone) to be better than other things or people. This dark chocolate contains 70% cocoa solids. It s a cut above ordinary chocolate. Our new luxury apartments are a cut above the rest …   New idioms dictionary

  • be a cut above — (something/someone) to be better than other things or people. This dark chocolate contains 70% cocoa solids. It s a cut above ordinary chocolate. Our new luxury apartments are a cut above the rest …   New idioms dictionary

  • be a cut above — phrase to be much better than someone or something else This is a cut above the average Hollywood thriller. Thesaurus: to be the best or better than someone elsesynonym Main entry: cut …   Useful english dictionary

  • a cut above —    Someone or something that is a cut above the others is better or of higher quality.     The articles in this magazine are a cut above the others …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions