Definition of 'movie'
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And she showed how as she shot beach volleyball scenes for her new movie. The Sun (2016)Talking to her is more of a mental workout than a chat about movies. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Apple made a promotional movie about him. Smithsonian Mag (2017)She was still with her university sweetheart and was the last person you would expect to see in an action movie. The Sun (2016)The trial in question happened in 2000 and there is a new movie about it. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I can remember many great movies seen that way, some of which have stayed so clear in my mind. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The look is for his role in action movie Blood Father. The Sun (2016)Do not go and see the movie American Honey. The Sun (2016)You can put your camera phone away, then bask in the social-media glory after uploading your own personal action movie. Times, Sunday Times (2017)THIS dream home turns into a nightmare when interested buyers enter a bedroom - filled with a chilling knife collection and characters from horror movies. The Sun (2016)No one chatted about football or movies or music. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is like a bad action movie. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The new movie looks set to do the same. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Not bad for a movie filmed almost entirely in a language considered long dead. Christianity Today (2000)She said it like it was the name of a horror movie. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Look at their new movie ratings system. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But the movies entertain a huge audience of a variety and scale that the games industry can only dream of. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is a picture from movies. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The movie was entertaining and enlightening. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)Most recently he has filmed two movies back-to-back. The Sun (2014)It's not the feeling that cheap movies about the evil dead are meant to explore. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I only want to do action movies now! Times, Sunday Times (2008)FANS may soon be able to watch 3D movies in cinemas without having to wear special glasses. The Sun (2016)Producers are happy with the physique of The former action movie star, pictured right. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'movie'
British English: movie /ˈmuːvɪ/ NOUN
A movie is a film made for the cinema or TV.
...a horror movie.
- American English: movie
- Arabic: فِيلْمٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: filme
- Chinese: 电影
- Croatian: film
- Czech: film
- Danish: film
- Dutch: film
- European Spanish: película
- Finnish: elokuva
- French: film
- German: Film
- Greek: ταινία
- Italian: film
- Japanese: 映画
- Korean: 영화
- Norwegian: film
- Polish: film
- European Portuguese: filme
- Romanian: film
- Russian: фильм
- Spanish: película obra cinematográfica
- Swedish: film biofilm
- Thai: ภาพยนตร์
- Turkish: film sinema
- Ukrainian: фільм
- Vietnamese: phim
Definition of movie from the Collins English Dictionary
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