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Can we write: " Something is already eliminated out at this cut-off."

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closed as off-topic by medica, aedia λ, FumbleFingers, tchrist, choster Jan 15 '14 at 4:30

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I get the vibe this site (ell.stackexchange.com) would help you more than the site you are on right now. – Josh Jan 14 '14 at 21:15
    
I think it's General Reference that "to eliminate out" is not an established "phrasal verb". – FumbleFingers Jan 15 '14 at 1:05
    
@FumbleFingers I think it's General Reference for people that speak the language with adequate fluency (eg, native speakers). I think the OP is not one of those people... – Josh Jan 15 '14 at 15:06
    
@Soylent Green: Exactly. Off Topic here, On Topic on ELL. – FumbleFingers Jan 15 '14 at 15:54

I would rephrase this as

Something is already eliminated at this cut-off.

or

Something is already taken out at this cut-off.

or

Something has already been removed at this cut-off.
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