Definitions

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  • noun informal A car that has been welded together from vehicles previously involved in accidents.

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Examples

  • I have my own name for this, inspired by the motoring industry: cut-and-shut content.

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  • The game was hastily refitted with Mario characters in a sort of digital cut-and-shut job.

    The Guardian World News

  • The game was hastily refitted with Mario characters in a sort of digital cut-and-shut job.

    The Guardian World News

  • The game was hastily refitted with Mario characters in a sort of digital cut-and-shut job.

    The Guardian World News

  • The game was hastily refitted with Mario characters in a sort of digital cut-and-shut job.

    The Guardian World News

  • Making a cut-and-shut episode out of these elements ought not to work ... and yet it does.

    British Blogs

  • It has even built a unique cut-and-shut limo of various scrappage cars to promote the scheme.

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  • The game was hastily refitted with Mario characters in a sort of digital cut-and-shut job.

    The Guardian World News

  • It has even built a unique cut-and-shut limo of various scrappage cars to promote the scheme.

    Auto Trader Full Feed

  • The game was hastily refitted with Mario characters in a sort of digital cut-and-shut job.

    The Guardian World News

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