What is the meaning of rebus? Hope find out its meaning.
Clue: It is an English phrase.
I think it's:
"Cut right to the chase", or simply "Cut to the chase": get to the point without wasting time.
Because the picture is:
Cut. Right [to]. Chess.
I think it might be
"Cut to pieces"
My guess is...
cutting a check
you are literally cutting the checkerboard pattern.
Split down the middle, meaning divide into equal parts.
Scissors are used to cut/divide/split things. The arrow is pointing at the middle of the chess board, which if cut would divide it into two equal halves.
It could be
Cut across the board, meaning cuts (e.g. in pay) across all levels of an organisation
Split your sides
reference for those who have never heard the phrase: