Definition of 'closeup'
Example sentences containing 'closeup'
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There's swearing and sweaty closeups, offset with tender optimism by an exciting comic presence. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We saw a kidney transplant in closeup, calcified arteries etc. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Look, it's a closeup of his own arm. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Two hours of hair, make-up and styling later, she's ready for her closeups. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Pritchard's debut album is an acoustic-sounding, intimate closeup of a record. Times, Sunday Times (2010)When television replays and closeups became possible, all this human frailty and professional ruthlessness became multiplied many times. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So compelling was their camerawork that your eye was constantly drawn to the striking closeups. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Shocked that anyone would pay good money to see big-screen closeups - in three giant dimensions! Times, Sunday Times (2011)From tourist hotspots to a closeup of an eagle midflight, the planet is magical from a bird's eye view. The Sun (2017)
Translations for 'closeup'
British English: close-up NOUN
A close-up is a photograph or a picture in a film that shows a lot of detail because it is taken very near to the subject.
...a close-up of his face.
Definition of closeup from the Collins English Dictionary
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