Out-Take


Out-Take
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A take of a scene which is not used for printing or for the final assembly of a film.

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  • out-take — (n.) rejected part of a film, 1960, from OUT (Cf. out) + TAKE (Cf. take) (n.) in the movie sense …   Etymology dictionary

  • out-take — also out|take AmE [ˈaut teık] n a piece of a film or television show that is removed before it is broadcast, especially because it contains a mistake …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • out-take — out takes also outtake N COUNT An out take is a piece of film or a song that is not in the final version of a programme, film, or record, for example because it contains a mistake. ...an exclusive showing of hilarious out takes from the show …   English dictionary

  • out|take — «OWT TAYK», noun. a portion of film, videotape, or the like, that has been edited out of the final program of a telecast or broadcast: »All the networks had made available without subpoena their outtakes…on the riots (Harper s) …   Useful english dictionary

  • out-take — ► NOUN ▪ a sequence of a film or recording rejected in editing …   English terms dictionary

  • out-take — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms out take : singular out take plural out takes a part of something such as a television or radio show that is taken out before the show is broadcast The album includes live tracks, outtakes, and demos …   English dictionary

  • Out take — Outtakes (auch blooper) sind häufig humorvolle Teile des gefilmten Materials, die nicht für den Film verwendet werden (können). Wird ein Film produziert, so wird erheblich mehr Bildmaterial gedreht als letztendlich benötigt wird. Viele Szenen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • out-take — noun a scene, sequence, or song filmed or recorded for a film, programme, or record album but not included in the final version …   English new terms dictionary

  • out-take — noun (C) a piece of a film or television show that is removed before it is broadcast, especially because it contains a mistake …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • out-take — n. a length of film or tape rejected in editing …   Useful english dictionary