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Adjective: rough-cut  'rúf 'kút
  1. Lacking refinement, cultivation or taste
    "he had rough-cut manners but a first-rate mind";
    - coarse, common, uncouth, vulgar
     
  2. Of stone or timber; shaped roughly without finishing
    - roughhewn
Noun: rough cut
  1. The first print of a movie after preliminary editing

Derived forms: rough cuts

See also: unfinished, unrefined

Type of: film, flick, motion picture, motion-picture show, movie, moving picture, moving-picture show, pic, picture, picture show

Encyclopedia: Rough cut