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cut in

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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A metal ring on the end of the contact roll opens only at the groove location, so the knife can't accidentally cut into the roll anywhere else.
* To "plunge cut," that is, make an entry saw cut into the middle of your wood, tip the jigsaw so that the blade is parallel to the workpiece and the saw's weight rests on the front lip of the shoe.