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    Cut corners

    How do I use the term "cut corners" in a sentence? Like, "I started cutting corners regarding/with/in/on my project".

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    Re: Cut corners

    Hello Fifi Blu, and welcome to our forum.
    In your sentence above, use "in."

    Have a look at the link below for the usage of "cut corners."

    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/de...on/cut_corners

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