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film

noun
 
 
/fɪlm/
PICTURES [C] ( also US movie) A1 a story shown in moving pictures, shown at the cinema or on television
фильм
'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
фотопленка, кинопленка
I need to buy another roll of film.Cinema - general wordsPhotography
LAYER [no plural] a thin layer of something on a surface
налет, слой
A thick film of dust covered the furniture.Coverings and layers
Translations of “film”
in Korean 영화, 필름…
in Arabic فِلم…
in French pellicule, film…
in Italian film, pellicola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 活動圖像, 電影, 影片…
in Turkish film, fotoğraf filmi, ince tabaka…
in Polish film, warstwa, powłoka…
in Spanish carrete, película, capa…
in Portuguese filme…
in German der Film, Film-…, dünne Schicht…
in Catalan pel·lícula, rodet…
in Japanese 映画, フィルム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 活动图像, 电影, 影片…
(Definition of film noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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