X-certificate

X-certificate

adj
(Film) films obsolete Brit a film classification indicating a film that may not be publicly shown to anyone under 18. Since 1982 replaced by symbol 18
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X-certificate

[ˈeksəˌtɪfɪkɪt] ADJ (Brit) (Cine) → no apto para menores de 18 años

X-certificate

[ˌɛksəˈtɪfɪkət] adj (Brit) (Cine) → vietato ai minori di 18 anni (secondo un sistema di censura non più in uso)
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The marksman was hooked, line ' and sinkered and started to reply with a few X-certificate messages of his own.
November 27 1996: The Riverside winces as Chris Morris hits Keith Gillespie with an X-certificate tackle in Boro's 3-1 Road to Wembley League Cup win over Newcastle.
However, some of the 'entertainment' on display bordered on X-certificate stuff and was not for those of a nervous disposition.
It was initially banned in Paris and was heavily cut in Britain before eventually being given an X-certificate.
I know, maybe the Echo should have issued an X-Certificate on any worrying happenings in Fur and Feather town
With this kind of X-certificate stuff, it sure does.
TO celebrate the Brad Pitt zombie movie being filmed in Glasgow, I asked for other horror flicks that might have been shot in Scotland and the following entries should have an X-certificate.
Vijay Singh's putting has often been so X-certificate that eyes have to averted from the screen.
Well, at the tender age of 10 they 'treated' me to George A Romero's X-certificate zombie-horror classic Dawn Of The Dead - an act of genuine naivety on their part.
But the way the Saddlers kept their patience to earn Saturday's 1-0 over Mark Wright's X-certificate side did at least earn them some unexpected praise from the Chester boss, who confessed to being a secret Walsall admirer.
There should be an X-certificate rating to go with it because for even the slightly squeamish it represents a horror story.
And the match in Buenos Aires is poised for an X-certificate rating after Pumas chiefs responded by accusing Gareth Jenkins' team of dirty tricks themselves.