re·cut | \(ˌ)rē-ˈkət, ˈrē-ˌkət\
recut; recutting; recuts

Definition of recut 

transitive verb

1 : to cut again

2 : to edit anew recut a film

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cast of Arrested Development Season Four are reportedly lobbying for additional compensation, considering the episodes were recut to a format far more appealing for TV syndication. Tom Philip, GQ, "Now Even the Cast of Arrested Development Season 4 Is Mad About Season 4," 8 May 2018 The board vote is likely before a shareholder vote on the Fujifilm deal, giving the investors a window to potentially recut the deal or propose an alternative if their directors win. David Benoit, WSJ, "Xerox Board Ordered CEO to Stop Negotiating With Fuji; Instead, He Raced to a Deal, Lawsuit Alleges," 16 Apr. 2018 The critical jeers for this second version ultimately grew so loud that it was recut to let this great pop song finally breathe. Morgan Enos, Billboard, "Before Taylor Swift's 'Delicate,' These 10 Songs Had More Than One Music Video," 30 Mar. 2018 The coming decades—the 21st-century’s ’20s, ’30s, and ’40s—have the potential to be one long, unbroken, recut spoof in which everything in Avatar farts while Keyboard Cat plays eerily in the background. Mallory Pickett, WIRED, "OK, We Need to Talk About Ready Player One," 30 Mar. 2018 Place the cut branches in a container of warm water and recut 1 inch from the base of the stem when the stems are underwater. Tim Johnson,, "When forcing cut branches to flower, here's how long it takes to see blooms," 12 Mar. 2018 Divided into 17 pieces, the largest had to be recut due to a flaw and the biggest totaled just 54 carats. Fortune, "The Biggest Diamonds in the World," 17 Jan. 2018 Plummer parachuted in a few weeks ago to shoot his nine days of work, and Scott has toiled around the clock to recut and remake his own movie. Jake Coyle, kansascity, "'All the Money in the World': Christopher Plummer comes through | The Kansas City Star," 22 Dec. 2017 That deal ran into roadblocks at the FTC, and in January Walgreens and Rite Aid recut the deal in an attempt to resolve the agency’s concerns that the combination would hurt competition. Robert Langreth,, "Walgreens Wins U.S. Approval for Rite Aid Deal on Fourth Try," 19 Sep. 2017

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1664, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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