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.
Definition of intercut in:
- The British & World English dictionary