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Films a separate shot or scene inserted at a relevant point

cut in

[′kət ‚in]
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To observe and plot lines of position locating an object or craft, particularly by bearings.
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They also cut in new items three times faster--boosting sales by 45%--and achieve 50% greater depth of distribution with new items.
Beacon was able to cut in the 12 new Flavor Adventure products across 120 stores in a three-week span, finishing several days before the ad dropped.
Also included is the installation of valves, fittings, fire hydrant assemblies, existing distribution system component abandonment, wet cut ins, aggregate and paved roadway repair, site grading, seeding, and associated incidental items of work.