Significado de “film” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "film" - Diccionario Inglés

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filmnoun

uk /fɪlm/ us /fɪlm/

film noun (MOVING PICTURES)

A1 [ C or U ] mainly UK US movie a series of moving pictures, usually shown in a cinema or on television and often telling a story:

What's your favourite film?
We took the children to (see) a film.
She had a long career in films/film (= the business of making films).
a film star/critic
the film industry
a film-maker
Her last film was shot (= made) on location in South America.
I hate people talking while I'm watching a film.
Would you like to go and see a film tonight?

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film noun (MATERIAL)

[ C or U ] (a length of) dark plastic-like material that can record images as photographs or as a moving picture:

a roll of film
a 24 exposure/16 mm/high-speed film
A passer-by recorded the incident on film.
I'm getting my film developed at the chemist's.

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filmverb [ I or T ]

uk /fɪlm/ us /fɪlm/

B1 to record moving pictures with a camera, usually to make a film for television or the cinema:

Most of the scenes were filmed in a studio.
They filmed for a week in Spain.

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(Definition of “film” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "film" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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filmverb [ I/T ]

us /fɪlm/

film verb [ I/T ] (PICTURE)

to make pictures of something in making a movie, or to make a movie:

[ T ] Her last movie was filmed in Spain.

filmnoun

us /fɪlm/

film noun (MATERIAL)

[ U ] (a length of) dark, thin material like plastic on which you can record images as photographs or as moving pictures:

a roll of film
I didn’t get my film developed yet.

film noun (LAYER)

[ C ] a thin layer of something on something else:

A film of oil glistened on the surface of the water.

film noun (PICTURE)

[ C ] a movie

(Definition of “film” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)