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A: "He's not my friend any more. I want to cut ties with him."

B: "He's not my friend any more. I want to cut him off."

Hello. Do you think the sentences above sound natural? Thanj you. They're the same in meaning, aren't they?

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A: "He's not my friend any more. I want to cut ties with him."

B: "He's not my friend any more. I want to cut  him off."

Hello. Do you think the sentences above sound natural? Thanj you. They're the same in meaning, aren't they?
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