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outtakenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈaʊt.teɪk/
a ​shortpart of a ​film or ​televisionprogramme or ​musicrecording that was ​removed and not ​included, usually because it ​containsmistakes: They ​showed a ​video of ​funny outtakes from ​variousmovies.
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