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Meaning of “film” - Learner’s Dictionary

film

verb [I, T]     /fɪlm/
B1 to record moving pictures with a camera, usually to make a film for the cinema or television: Most of the scenes were filmed in a studio.PhotographyCinema - general words
filming noun [U]
Translations of “film”
in Arabic يُصَوّر فِلما…
in Korean 영화를 찍다…
in Malaysian berkaca…
in French se couvrir…
in Turkish film çekmek…
in Italian filmare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拍攝(電影)…
in Russian снимать (фильм)…
in Polish filmować…
in Vietnamese phủ bằng một lớp màng…
in Spanish cubrirse, nublarse…
in Portuguese filmar…
in Thai เป็นคราบ…
in German sich trüben…
in Catalan filmar…
in Japanese ~を撮影する…
in Indonesian melapisi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拍摄(电影)…
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