Definition of recut in English:

recut

Syllabification: re·cut
Pronunciation: /rēˈkət
 
/

verb (recuts, recutting; past and past participle recut)

[with object]
Remove further or different material from (a film or screenplay): director Tony Scott recut several key scenes
More example sentences
  • Unfortunately, after he shot and delivered his film, Artisan marketing decided they needed more ‘traditional’ horror elements and reshot and recut the film.
  • It lost money despite the studio's efforts to recut the film so as to overcome aspects of it that had caused preview audiences to reject Huston's original version.
  • The battle sequences are so obscured by the editing - I believe the film was recut for classification purposes - that you haven't a clue who's doing what to whom.

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