, -·cut′, -·cut′ting
to interrupt (a scene, sequence, etc.) by inserting (a shot, sequence, etc.), sometimes repeatedly
verbin·ter·cut, in·ter·cut·ting, in·ter·cuts
To cut back and forth between (separate scenes or sequences) in a film: a closeup of the killer intercut with shots of a wolf.
To cut back and forth between separate scenes or sequences in a film.
(third-person singular simple present intercuts, present participle intercutting, simple past and past participle intercut)
From inter- + cut.