cut through

Definition

Cricket

  • verb (of the ball) to continue in its original line of flight after pitching, without significant lift or deviation but with some (apparent) quickening of pace, typically on a wet wicket
    Citation ‘Going in on the wet cutting-through wicket, Massie hit the incapacitated bowlers all over the field’ (Badminton 1888)
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