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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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The history of the cutaway spans several cultural registers.
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The cutaway of someone intently listening to someone speak is shot after -- or before -- the actual conversation.
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Reeves, seen throughout the film in brief cutaways, recorded new versions of 15 ballads and standards, all of them chosen by Clooney.
As I hadn't decided this when we were filming, it created no end of difficulty: For example, in the French version, he said only one word in French--"toutes"--in the designated room, so I had to edit around that moment using cutaways and artifice.
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The worst of it comes with Potter's numerous cutaways to the illegal immigrants populating the restaurants and hotels of She's world, each shot ending with the subject gazing plaintively into Potter's camera.