Definition of 'storyline'
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Filming the emotional storyline has made her think about her own wedding plans. The Sun (2014)They hope the dynamite new storyline will boost morale. The Sun (2013)It was a dramatic storyline for the programme. The Sun (2008)Her dramatic suicide storyline will be seen in the autumn. The Sun (2010)As usual it will feature a dramatic storyline. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The topical storyline also involves a top manager taking bungs from gangsters! The Sun (2006)Is a plot or interesting storyline really too much to hope for? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The love triangle is his biggest storyline so far. The Sun (2007)There is no conventional storyline, the film consisting rather in a series of vignettes. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)The show's bosses have promised that they will have a dramatic exit storyline in store. The Sun (2011)It's a great storyline to play and fun to act out. The Sun (2012)He's just had a big storyline so it will be easy to write him out without interrupting filming schedules. The Sun (2006)THREE ramblers have turned a hill into a mountain - echoing the storyline of a film. The Sun (2013)EASTENDERS is to make the most of the show's grisly history in a new storyline. The Sun (2012)It's a controversial storyline, though not an original one. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But she hopes the ITV1 soap's writers will pen the controversial storyline for her return. The Sun (2012)But then, six months ago, the producers had this idea for a big murder storyline. The Sun (2014)The campaign mode has attention to detail, which makes an engaging continuation of the film 's storyline. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The storyline involves a spy who is on the run with his long-lost brother, a former football hooligan. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We have extra giggles, which makes this job so much more fun, especially if a particularly troubling storyline is playing out. The Sun (2014)It's one big storyline after another for me and I love it. The Sun (2013)I didn't want her to be killed off in a big, explosive storyline. The Sun (2014)A source said: 'The film will be made up of lots of short tales all linked together by one big storyline. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'storyline'
British English: storyline NOUN
The storyline of a book, film, or play is its story and the way in which it develops.
The surprise twists in the storyline are the film's greatest strength.
Definition of storyline from the Collins English Dictionary
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