Definition of cutaway noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



    BrE BrE//ˈkʌtəweɪ//
    ; NAmE NAmE//ˈkʌtəweɪ//
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  1. 1(especially North American English) cutaway (to somebody/something) (on television, in a film/movie, etc.) a picture that shows something different from the main thing that is being shown There was a cutaway to Jackson's guest at the side of the stage.
  2. 2a model or diagram with some outside parts left out, in order to show what the inside looks like
  3. 3 (North American English) (British English morning coat) a black or grey jacket for men, short at the front and very long at the back, worn as part of morning dress
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