intercut

[v. in-ter-kuht, in-ter-kuht; n. in-ter-kuht] Movies, Television.
verb (used without object), intercut, intercutting.
1.
to cut from one type of shot to another, as from a long shot to a closeup.
verb (used with object), intercut, intercutting.
2.
to insert (shots from other scenes, flashbacks, etc.) into the narrative of a film.
3.
to interrupt the narrative of (a film) with shots from other scenes, flashbacks, etc. Compare crosscut.
noun
4.
a film sequence or scene produced by intercutting.

Origin:
1605–15; inter- + cut

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intercut (ˌɪntəˈkʌt)
 
vb , -cuts, -cutting, -cut
films another word for crosscut

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Example sentences
And they look exactly the same because they're intercut with the old shots.
Gunplay is intercut with closeups of bangled feet and floating lotus blooms,
  subtly indicating that it takes all sorts.
Scenes of the battleground as it looks today are intercut with vintage
  engravings.
Intercut with this are interviews with the old, organ-toned commentators, and
  with some of the principal cameramen.
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