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screen·writ·er

 (skrēn′rī′tər)
n.
One who writes screenplays.

screen′writ′ing n.

screenwriting

(ˈskriːnraɪtɪŋ)
n
(Film) the profession of writing screenplays
Translations

screenwriting

[ˈskriːnraɪtɪŋ] Nescritura f de guiones

screenwriting

[ˈskriːnraɪtɪŋ] nécriture f de scénarios
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