Definition of late cut in English:

late cut

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A cut made with a delayed action so as to send the ball to the off side behind the wicket.


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(late-cut) [with object] Hit (the ball) with a late cut; hit a ball delivered by (the bowler) with a late cut: Pringle offered Miandad the chance to late-cut him superbly

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