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outtake

[ out-teyk ]
/ ˈaʊtˌteɪk /
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noun
a segment of film or videotape edited out of the final version, as because of a technical error.
a recording of a song not included in the final release of a record album, as because of a technical error.
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Origin of outtake

First recorded in 1955–60; out- + take
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British Dictionary definitions for outtake

outtake
/ (ˈaʊtˌteɪk) /

noun
an unreleased take from a recording session, film, or television programme
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