upcut

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

up- +‎ cut

Verb[edit]

upcut (third-person singular simple present upcuts, present participle upcutting, simple past and past participle upcut)

  1. (television, radio) To cut (audio or video) too short, so that a small portion is lost or overlaps the adjoining item.

Noun[edit]

upcut (plural upcuts)

  1. (television, radio) A cutting too short, so that a small portion is lost or overlaps the adjoining item.

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