rough-cut

[ ruhf-kuht ]
/ ˈrʌfˈkʌt /

adjective

cut into small, irregular pieces (contrasted with fine-cut): rough-cut tobacco.

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Origin of rough-cut

First recorded in 1965–70

Definition for rough-cut (2 of 2)

rough cut

noun Movies.

the first assembly of a film following preliminary cutting and editing.
Compare final cut.

Origin of rough cut

First recorded in 1935–40
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British Dictionary definitions for rough-cut

rough-cut

noun

a first edited version of a film with the scenes in sequence and the soundtrack synchronized
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