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outtake

noun out·take \ˈat-ˌtāk\

: a scene that is not used in the final version of a movie or television show

: a song that is not used for a music album

Full Definition of OUTTAKE

1
:  a passage outward :  flue, vent
2
:  something that is taken out: as
a :  a take that is not used in an edited version of a film or videotape
b :  a recorded musical selection not included in a record album

Examples of OUTTAKE

  1. a collection of the band's old outtakes

First Known Use of OUTTAKE

1902

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