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Meaning of “film” - Learner’s Dictionary

film

noun     /fɪlm/
PICTURES [C] ( also movie)
A1 a story shown in moving pictures, shown at the cinema or on television: 'Titanic' was one of the most popular Hollywood films ever made.Cinema - general words
MATERIAL [C, U]
special thin plastic used for making photographs or moving pictures, or a length of this: I need to buy another roll of film.Cinema - general wordsPhotography
LAYER [no plural]
a thin layer of something on a surface: A thick film of dust covered the furniture.Coverings and layers
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