Definition of 'cameraman'
Example sentences containing 'cameraman'
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The carers mumble and the cameraman stops filming before he's finished answering. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The scenes of the TV cameraman being winched off the ship made headlines. Times, Sunday Times (2013)At this point a TV cameraman got up and played the tape he had filmed of the incident. THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)She slapped a cameraman who was filming her outburst and staged a sit-in that lasted until 5.30am. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And one, too, for the cameraman who is filming him for a documentary. Times, Sunday Times (2013)At three over after two he hissed at a TV cameraman 50 yards away for putting him off. The Sun (2011)I decided to be a TV cameraman. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'cameraman'
British English: cameraman /ˈkæmərəˌmæn; ˈkæmrə-/ NOUN
A cameraman is a person who operates a television or film camera.
- American English: cameraman
- Arabic: مُصَوِّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: operador de câmera
- Chinese: 摄影师
- Croatian: snimatelj
- Czech: kameraman
- Danish: kameramand
- Dutch: cameraman
- European Spanish: operador de cámara
- Finnish: elokuvan kuvaaja
- French: caméraman
- German: Kameramann
- Greek: κάμερα-μαν
- Italian: cameraman
- Japanese: カメラマン
- Korean: 카메라맨
- Norwegian: kameramann
- Polish: kamerzysta
- European Portuguese: operador de câmara
- Romanian: cameraman
- Russian: оператор
- Spanish: camarógrafo
- Swedish: kameraman
- Thai: ช่างภาพ
- Turkish: kameraman
- Ukrainian: оператор
- Vietnamese: nhà quay phim
Definition of cameraman from the Collins English Dictionary
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