cut through


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cut through

(1) In a communications switch, the connecting of one circuit to another. See cut-through switch.

(2) In a voice processing system, the capability to interrupt playback of a voice prompt upon detection of a user's voice response or a tone from a key depression. It enables fast "skipping" to the next part of the script.
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When making a basket-cut, make sure you look for the ball and give the passer a hand target as you cut through the lane.