cut back to (someone or something)

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cut back to (someone or something)

To return to a shot of someone or something, as in TV or film. After that flashback, we'll cut back to the happy couple, who don't look quite so happy anymore.
See also: back, cut

cut back to someone or something

[for a film or television camera] to return to a picture of someone or something. Suddenly, the camera cut back to the reporter, whounprepared—just stood there. The scene cut back to the veranda overlooking the bay.
See also: back, cut
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This time, the event has been cut back to one day, with just a three-hour working discussion involving Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia, Jose Manuel Barroso of the European Commission, and Herman Van Rompuy of the European Council, accompanied by their closest advisers.
He says "X Factor'' may be cut back to one night instead of two, and format changes are under discussion to keep it fresh.
I began running low of this antibiotic two weeks ago and I cut back to one dose a day, now my blood test shows my CRP reading high at 58; it was 38 [and] normal last month.
That gave the 35-year-old a three-shot lead and seemingly one hand on the trophy, but after dropped shots at the 15th and 16th cut his three-shot lead cut back to one, the former Ryder Cup star sealed the win in style with an eagle from 45 feet on the par-five 18th.
And Joe, who enjoys taking the bus into town for a pint with his pals, has cut back to one trip on a Sunday.
Instead of upping its frequency from two to three weekly freighters, as previously planned, SIA cut back to one flight per week.
While they still need factor IX infusions, they have cut back to one every 10 to 14 days, Davidoff says.
The store sale was cut back to one day for the first time since 1991 after attracting 97 fewer entries than in 2010.
One Caernarfon hotelier told the Daily Post rumours were circling that the event could be cut back to one day, although that has not been confirmed.
If you buy two dresses a month or have two beauty treatments a month, cut back to one.
The Swindon to Kemble line was cut back to one line amid the Beeching cuts in 1968 when one track was ripped up to save money on maintenance.
Because of budget cuts, physical education classes have been cut back to one or two days a week.
After my first case, I cut back to one day every two weeks at the hospital.
Northumbria and Durham Police authorities want to cut back to one helicopter - but that is opposed by Cleveland.