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cut·a·way / ˈkətəˌwā/ • n. [often as adj.] 1. a thing made or designed with a part cut out or absent, in particular: ∎  a coat or jacket with the front cut away below the waist so as to curve back to the tails. ∎  a diagram or drawing with some external parts left out to reveal the interior. 2. a shot in a movie that is of a different subject from those to which it is joined in editing.

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cutaway. Drawing (usually an axonometric or isometric projection) showing a building or part of a building with a part cut away to reveal the interior, a section through the structure, and the exterior.

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