outtake

noun out·take \ ˈau̇t-ˌtāk \
Updated on: 30 Nov 2017

Definition of outtake

1 : a passage outward : flue, vent
2 : something that is taken out: such 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 in a Sentence

  1. a collection of the band's old outtakes

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First Known Use of outtake

1902


OUTTAKE Defined for English Language Learners

outtake

noun

Definition of outtake for English Language Learners

  • : 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


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