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jump cut
American English: /dʒəmp kət/British English: /ˈdʒʌmpkʌt/

Translation of jump cut in Spanish:

noun

  • (Cinema, Television)
    Example sentences
    • They stand alone, but can also be experienced as a lightning-quick montage of jumpcuts.
    • Presented in black-and-white documentary-style, with jumpcuts and hand-held shots, the spot dissolves to quick cuts from Ryan's speech before the Trumbull County organization.
    • Slick dramatic lighting and a varied, enjoyable color design smooth out the film's disjointing plot jump-cuts and occasional coincidences.

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