cinematograph


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cin·e·mat·o·graph

 (sĭn′ə-măt′ə-grăf′)
n. Chiefly British
1. A movie camera or projector.
2. A movie theater.

[French cinématographe : Greek kīnēma, kīnēmat-, motion (from kīnein, to move; see keiə- in Indo-European roots) + -graphe, -graph.]

cinematograph

(ˌsɪnɪˈmætəˌɡrɑːf; -ˌɡræf)
n
(Film) a combined camera, printer, and projector
vb
(Film) to take pictures (of) with a film camera
[C19 (earlier spelling kinematograph): from Greek kinēmat-, kinēma motion + -graph]

cin•e•mat•o•graph

(ˌsɪn əˈmæt əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf)

n. Chiefly Brit.
1. a movie projector.
2. a movie camera.
[< French cinématographe (1895) << Greek kīnēmat-, s. of kinēma motion + graph(ein) to write (compare -graph)]
cin`e•mat`o•graph′ic (-ˈgræf ɪk) adj.
cin`e•mat`o•graph′i•cal•ly, adv.

cinematograph


Past participle: cinematographed
Gerund: cinematographing

Imperative
cinematograph
cinematograph
Present
I cinematograph
you cinematograph
he/she/it cinematographs
we cinematograph
you cinematograph
they cinematograph
Preterite
I cinematographed
you cinematographed
he/she/it cinematographed
we cinematographed
you cinematographed
they cinematographed
Present Continuous
I am cinematographing
you are cinematographing
he/she/it is cinematographing
we are cinematographing
you are cinematographing
they are cinematographing
Present Perfect
I have cinematographed
you have cinematographed
he/she/it has cinematographed
we have cinematographed
you have cinematographed
they have cinematographed
Past Continuous
I was cinematographing
you were cinematographing
he/she/it was cinematographing
we were cinematographing
you were cinematographing
they were cinematographing
Past Perfect
I had cinematographed
you had cinematographed
he/she/it had cinematographed
we had cinematographed
you had cinematographed
they had cinematographed
Future
I will cinematograph
you will cinematograph
he/she/it will cinematograph
we will cinematograph
you will cinematograph
they will cinematograph
Future Perfect
I will have cinematographed
you will have cinematographed
he/she/it will have cinematographed
we will have cinematographed
you will have cinematographed
they will have cinematographed
Future Continuous
I will be cinematographing
you will be cinematographing
he/she/it will be cinematographing
we will be cinematographing
you will be cinematographing
they will be cinematographing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cinematographing
you have been cinematographing
he/she/it has been cinematographing
we have been cinematographing
you have been cinematographing
they have been cinematographing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cinematographing
you will have been cinematographing
he/she/it will have been cinematographing
we will have been cinematographing
you will have been cinematographing
they will have been cinematographing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cinematographing
you had been cinematographing
he/she/it had been cinematographing
we had been cinematographing
you had been cinematographing
they had been cinematographing
Conditional
I would cinematograph
you would cinematograph
he/she/it would cinematograph
we would cinematograph
you would cinematograph
they would cinematograph
Past Conditional
I would have cinematographed
you would have cinematographed
he/she/it would have cinematographed
we would have cinematographed
you would have cinematographed
they would have cinematographed
Translations
Kinematograph

cinematograph

[ˌsɪnɪˈmætəgrɑːf] N (Brit) → cinematógrafo m

cinematograph

n (dated)Kinematograf m (dated)
References in classic literature ?
A shrill voice from the crowd at this point offered the constable all cinematograph rights if he would allow the contest to proceed.
Grubb and Bert heard of it in a music-hall, then it was driven home to their minds by the cinematograph, then Bert's imagination was stimulated by a sixpenny edition of that aeronautic classic, Mr.
This, however, was not an affair that was visible from Bun Hill; it was something that occurred in private grounds or other enclosed places and, under favourable conditions, and it was brought home to Grubb and Bert Smallways only by means of the magazine page of the half-penny newspapers or by cinematograph records.
Like a flash of the cinematograph upon the screen, a picture was flashed before his mind's eye from the storehouse of his memory.
Here, in the cinematic experience, as examined by this article and highlighted by Apichatpong's display of the article, is the confluence of disability and film brought together in the cinematic experience, where "In most of the cases treated, however, it was found that there were muscular defects in the eyes which the action of the cinematograph accentuated.
Helena Lopes proposes in her "The Cinematograph in the Novel" the concept of "para-cinematic vision" in order to explain the influence of film studies upon the act of reading and Lopes concludes that literature reinvents itself constantly through dialogue with other media.
housed on the site of the Lumiere factories, where the cinematograph was invented in 1895.
More technical boys' toys can be found at the Institut Lumiere, housed on the site of the Lumiere factories, where the cinematograph was invented in 1895.
Back then he was known as Motl Mendle, a photographer who, on returning to his shtetl, finds an 1896 Lumiere Brothers cinematograph which his now deceased father had bought.
Performances and viewings will take place at the following venues: Teatro Angela Peralta, Angela Peralta Gallery, the Museum Antonio Haas, the Orphanage Mazatlan, the Cinematograph Municipal Center for the Arts, Plaza Machado, as well as the Historic Centre streets, neighborhoods and rural areas.
The 1909 Cinematograph Act had led to hundreds of new cinemas being built across the country, and cinema audiences had increased enormously as a result.
He also became a shop steward of the now defunct Association of Cinematograph Television and Allied Technicians union.