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film

noun /film/
(a thin strip of) celluloid made sensitive to light on which photographs are taken
carrete
photographic film.
a story, play etc shown as a motion picture in a cinema, on television etc
película
He’s in the middle of making a new film (also adjective) a film version of the novel.
a thin skin or covering
capa, película
A film of dust covereed the shelf.
filmy adjective very light and thin
vaporoso
a dress of filmy material.
film-maker noun someone who makes flims/movies
cineasta; productor de cine
Werner Herzog is a well-known German film-maker.
filmstar noun a famous actor or actress in films.
estrella de cine
(Definition of film from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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