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    cut no ice

    Does anyone no the origin of "cut(s) no ice"
    Many thanks


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    Re: cut no ice

    To 'cut no ice' means to have no influence. It relates to worn blades on ice skates that do not cut into the ice and therfore causes the wearer to lose grip on the ice. Blunt blades make no impression and therefore 'cut no ice'


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    Re: cut no ice

    Thanks zskyhawk

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