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cin•e

or cin•é

(ˈsɪn i, ˈsɪn eɪ)

n., pl. cin•es or cin•és.
1. a film; motion picture.
2. a motion-picture theater.
[1920–25; < French ciné, short for cinéma cinema]

cine-

a combining form meaning “motion picture”: cinemicrography.
[extracted from cinema]
Translations

cine

[ˈsɪnɪ] CPD (Brit) cine camera Ncámara f cinematográfica
cine film Npelícula f de cine
cine projector Nproyector m de películas

cine

:
cine camera
n (Brit) → (Schmal)filmkamera f
cine film
n (Brit) → Schmalfilm m
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