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film

noun [C or U] (MOVING PICTURES) 活动图像     /fɪlm/ ( US movie)
a series of moving pictures, usually shown in a cinema or on television and often telling a story 电影;影片 What's your favourite film? 你最喜欢哪部电影? We took the children to (see) a film. 我们带孩子们去看了场电影。 She had a long career in films/film (= the business of making films). 她曾长期从事电影业。 a film star/critic 影星/影评人 the film industry 电影业 a film-maker 电影制作人 Her last film was shot (= made) on location in South America. 她最后一部电影是在南美的外景地拍摄的。 I hate people talking while I'm watching a film. 我讨厌看电影时有人讲话。 Would you like to go and see a film tonight? 你今晚想去看电影吗? Cinema - general words
(Definition of film noun (MOVING PICTURES) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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