special effects Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary

Meaning of “special effects” - Learner’s Dictionary

special effects

an unusual type of action in a film, or an entertainment on stage, created by using special equipment: The Harry Potter film includes some very frightening special effects.Production, direction and recording
Translations of “special effects”
in Korean 특수 효과…
in Arabic مُؤثِّرات خاصة…
in Portuguese efeitos especiais…
in Catalan efectes especials…
in Japanese 特殊効果, スペシャルエフェクト…
in Italian effetti speciali…
in Russian спецэффекты…
in Turkish özel efektler…
in Polish efektyspecjalne…
(Definition of special effects from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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