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cutaway

1. 
a. a drawing or model of a machine, engine, etc., in which part of the casing is omitted to reveal the workings
b. (as modifier): a cutaway model
2. Films Television a shot separate from the main action of a scene, to emphasize something or to show simultaneous events

cutaway

A drawing or model having an outer section removed to display the interior space.
See also: Projection drawing

cutaway

[′kəd·ə‚wā]
(graphic arts)
An illustration of an object with a part of its covering or surface removed to show its interior construction or movement.
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Sure, it was not ideal that the field split into two groups in last year's Guineas, but they have been running the Guineas since 1809 and they have never seen the need for a cutaway until now.
The illustrated cutaway is presently in sharp decline, made redundant perhaps by the outputs of CAD (computer-aided design) software.
The cutaway train set was effective and, while nonsensical, pleasant on the eye.
During a cutaway shot to the stadium spectators, the camera focused directly on a woman wearing a T-shirt clearly inscribed with the words 'F--Da Eagles' (without the dashes).
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Blue crochet cutaway swimsuit, pounds 4, silver cuff, pounds 1, both from Primark' Multi-coloured cutaway swimsuit, pounds 22, from Top Shop' pink hair band, 98p, beads, 99p each, all from Internationale' pink patent bag, pounds 2, from Primark' Black diamante one-piece, pounds 29.
Men's Stories, for nine men in black velvet cutaway coats by Hould-Ward, has become a signature work for Lubovitch, and rightly so.
If Ozu can imbue a film with transcendance by holding a shot of a vase in the corner of a dark room while the soft murmur of a father's snoring continues on the sound track (Late Spring [1949]), Naruse will use a cutaway to an inanimate object for a completely different purpose.
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Graham will show a cutaway of an air-cooled reciprocating extruder, a standard feature on its newer machines.
The concept of progression from one level to another was first developed in FOBA's labyrinthine offices, and the purity of a cutaway white cube was explored in a set of model homes that the firm designed as a speculative venture.
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