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Italian translation of movie

movie

noun
 
/ˈmuː·vi/
A1 a story that is shown in moving pictures on a screen, usually at a cinema or on television
film
a Hollywood movie
the movies [plural] mainly US the showing of movies at a cinema
il cinema
What’s on at the movies this week? Do you want to go to the movies tonight?1462
(Definition of movie from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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