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cut in

Films a separate shot or scene inserted at a relevant point

cut in

[′kət ‚in]
(navigation)
To observe and plot lines of position locating an object or craft, particularly by bearings.
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So this cut in reimbursement, along with the situation of the 'cliff,' is causing investors to take pause and demand higher yields on properties that they are acquiring."
Manufacturers will hire Prism Retail Services, for example, to perform product resets, cut in new items, conduct product audits and set up displays and point-of-purchase (P-O-P) materials, says senior vice president of national accounts Tom Dennis.
The forms overlap and lend their outside edges to a sort of frame, cut in such a way as to surround them precisely, and giving, because of the thickness of the board from which its parts are made, a certain depth.