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intercut

Syllabification: in·ter·cut
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərˈkət
 
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Definition of intercut in English:

verb (intercuts, intercutting; past and past participle intercut)

[with object]
Alternate (scenes or shots) with contrasting scenes or shots to make one composite scene in a film: pieces of archive film are intercut with brief interviews [no object]: the action intercuts between the time periods
More example sentences
  • Every nude scene is intercut with shots of a slobbering, googly-eyed principal and his equally expectant sidekick.
  • Director Byrum attempted to misdirect the censors by intercutting the same scenes shot in color with those in black-and-white as they would appear in the final print.
  • These scenes are intercut not only with the four short films that unfold within this structure but also with media coverage of them on TV and radio shows.

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