cut-and-paste


cut–and–paste

adjective \-ˈpāst\

: made up of parts taken from many different sources

Full Definition of CUT-AND-PASTE

:  pieced together by excerpting and combining fragments from multiple sources <the book was a cut–and–paste job>

First Known Use of CUT-AND-PASTE

1953

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