a reduction in rate, quantity, etc.: a cutback in production.
a return in the course of a story, motion picture, etc., to earlier events.
a play in which
the ball-carrier abruptly reverses direction, especially by starting to make an end run and then turning suddenly to run toward the middle of the line
a maneuver in surfing of heading the surfboard back toward a wave's crest.
1895–1900; noun use of verb phrase cut back
is always a great word to know.
So is zedonk. Does it mean: