Synonyms of 'film'
a sequence of images projected onto a screen, creating the illusion of movementHe appeared in the star role of the film.
She went on to a successful career in film and television.
a thin coating, covering, or layerThe sea is coated with a film of sewage.
A fresh layer of snow covered the street.
Sawdust was used as a hygienic floor covering.
Put a polythene cover over it to protect it from dust.
Stir the custard occasionally to prevent a skin forming.
We put on the second coating of lacquer.
coat, , ,
The front door needs a new coat of paint.
the mucous membrane
scum, , ,
scum around the bath
There was a sort of film over my eyes.
Dan smiled at him through a haze of smoke and steaming coffee.
The sun was almost entirely obscured by cloud.
Her face is a blur.
Thick mist made flying impossible.
She swathed her face in a veil of decorative muslin.
The opacity of the water is due to its mineral content.
to photograph with a movie or video cameraWe filmed the scene in one hour.
He filmed her life story.
adapt for the screen,
make into a film
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in the sense of blur
something vague, hazy, or indistinctHer face is a blur.
in the sense of cloud
a mass of water or ice particles visible in the skyThe sun was almost entirely obscured by cloud.
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