Definition of 'footage'
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The footage showed him leaving the room with cash. The Sun (2016)We see footage of the ruins where they used to live. The Sun (2016)Yet the video footage shows a man slightly unsteady on his feet. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They reviewed their security camera footage and called police. The Sun (2017)Footage shows a bearded man sat on the pavement with a woman standing over him. The Sun (2016)It features archive footage and memories from friends, colleagues and famous fans. The Sun (2016)We've all seen the footage. Times, Sunday Times (2016)See our exclusive backstage footage online. The Sun (2011)What happened to the footage from the security camera? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Interviews and archive footage recall that historic day. The Sun (2006)This film features unseen footage from the gig. The Sun (2014)The jury were shown the footage of the couple. The Sun (2015) Seeing the footage has been the most wonderful shot in the arm for my wife and me. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The gang will film new footage to get fans up to speed. The Sun (2011)The film uses generous amounts of archival footage to show the principals in action. Christianity Today (2000) Film footage has shown cranes lifting large sections of the fuselage. Times, Sunday Times (2014)See exclusive footage on my website. The Sun (2012)Wouldn't footage shot from inside somebody's eye be too jerky to enjoy? Times, Sunday Times (2009)But make room for one more dose of the Dame because this documentary is full of priceless archive footage, much of it unseen. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The producers have assembled a strong field of academics to comment on the staging posts and issues, and have included well-chosen archive footage and illustrative stills. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'footage'
British English: footage NOUN
Footage of a particular event is a film of it or the part of a film which shows this event.
They are planning to show exclusive footage from this summer's festivals.
Definition of footage from the Collins English Dictionary
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