Intercut meaning

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To cut back and forth between (separate scenes or sequences) in a film.

A closeup of the killer intercut with shots of a wolf.

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To cut back and forth between separate scenes or sequences in a film.
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To interrupt (a scene, sequence, etc.) by inserting (a shot, sequence, etc.), sometimes repeatedly.
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(cinematography) To alternate between scenes from one sequence and scenes from another film sequence, often with the sequences to be perceived as simultaneous.
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Origin of intercut

  • From inter- +‎ cut.
    From Wiktionary