Phrase of the Day (miss the cut) -06FEB20

Phrase of the Day (miss the cut) -06FEB20

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is miss the cut and it is a phrase meaning “(In sports, particularly Golf) if a person (player) misses the cut, he/she doesn’t get to play the remaining (final two) rounds because his/her score didn’t meet the standard to continue”. This word is present in today’s The Hindu sports news article Prithvi Shaw has earned back the selectors’ faith and click here to read it.

Courtesy: Know Your EnglishThe Hindu.

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