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dol·ly

 (dŏl′ē)
n. pl. dol·lies
1. Informal A child's doll.
2.
a. A low mobile platform that rolls on casters, used for transporting heavy loads.
b. Such a platform as used by one working underneath a motor vehicle.
c. A hand truck.
3.
a. A wheeled apparatus used to transport a movie camera steadily along the ground or along a track.
b. A movie shot made by a camera moving steadily on a dolly; a tracking shot.
4. A small locomotive, as for use in a railroad yard or on a construction site.
5. A wooden implement for stirring clothes in a washtub.
6. A tool used to hold one end of a rivet while the opposite end is being hammered to form a head.
7. A small piece of wood or metal placed on the head of a pile to prevent damage to the pile while it is being driven.
intr.v. dol·lied, dol·ly·ing, dol·lies
To move a dolly in a specified direction: The camera dollied left, keeping the actors in the frame.

dolly

(ˈdɒlɪ)
n, pl -lies
1. a child's word for a doll
2. (Film) films television a wheeled support on which a camera may be mounted
3. (Tools) a cup-shaped anvil held against the head of a rivet while the other end is being hammered
4. (Tools) a shaped block of lead used to hammer dents out of sheet metal
5. (Mechanical Engineering) a distance piece placed between the head of a pile and the pile-driver to form an extension to the length of the pile
6. (Cricket) cricket a simple catch
7. slang chiefly Also called: dolly bird or dollybird Brit an attractive and fashionable girl, esp one who is considered to be unintelligent
vb, -lies, -lying or -lied
(Film) films television to wheel (a camera) backwards or forwards on a dolly

dol•ly

(ˈdɒl i)

n., pl. dol•lies, n.
1. Informal. a doll.
2. a low truck or cart with small wheels for moving heavy loads.
3. a small wheeled platform, usu. having a short boom, on which a movie or television camera can be mounted for making moving shots.
4. a tool for receiving and holding the head of a rivet while the other end is being headed.
5. a small locomotive operating on narrow-gauge tracks.
v.t.
6. to transport or convey (a camera) by means of a dolly.
v.i.
7. to move a camera on a dolly, esp. toward or away from the subject being filmed or televised (often fol. by in or out): to dolly in for a close-up.
[1600–10]

dolly

Airborne data link equipment.

dolly


Past participle: dollied
Gerund: dollying

Imperative
dolly
dolly
Present
I dolly
you dolly
he/she/it dollies
we dolly
you dolly
they dolly
Preterite
I dollied
you dollied
he/she/it dollied
we dollied
you dollied
they dollied
Present Continuous
I am dollying
you are dollying
he/she/it is dollying
we are dollying
you are dollying
they are dollying
Present Perfect
I have dollied
you have dollied
he/she/it has dollied
we have dollied
you have dollied
they have dollied
Past Continuous
I was dollying
you were dollying
he/she/it was dollying
we were dollying
you were dollying
they were dollying
Past Perfect
I had dollied
you had dollied
he/she/it had dollied
we had dollied
you had dollied
they had dollied
Future
I will dolly
you will dolly
he/she/it will dolly
we will dolly
you will dolly
they will dolly
Future Perfect
I will have dollied
you will have dollied
he/she/it will have dollied
we will have dollied
you will have dollied
they will have dollied
Future Continuous
I will be dollying
you will be dollying
he/she/it will be dollying
we will be dollying
you will be dollying
they will be dollying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dollying
you have been dollying
he/she/it has been dollying
we have been dollying
you have been dollying
they have been dollying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dollying
you will have been dollying
he/she/it will have been dollying
we will have been dollying
you will have been dollying
they will have been dollying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dollying
you had been dollying
he/she/it had been dollying
we had been dollying
you had been dollying
they had been dollying
Conditional
I would dolly
you would dolly
he/she/it would dolly
we would dolly
you would dolly
they would dolly
Past Conditional
I would have dollied
you would have dollied
he/she/it would have dollied
we would have dollied
you would have dollied
they would have dollied
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dolly - conveyance consisting of a wheeled support on which a camera can be mounteddolly - conveyance consisting of a wheeled support on which a camera can be mounted
transport, conveyance - something that serves as a means of transportation
2.dolly - conveyance consisting of a wheeled platform for moving heavy objects
transport, conveyance - something that serves as a means of transportation
3.dolly - a small replica of a persondolly - a small replica of a person; used as a toy
golliwog, golliwogg - a grotesque black doll
kachina - a carved doll wearing the costume of a particular Pueblo spirit; usually presented to a child as a gift
paper doll - a piece of paper cut or folded into the shape of a human being
plaything, toy - an artifact designed to be played with
puppet - a doll with a hollow head of a person or animal and a cloth body; intended to fit over the hand and be manipulated with the fingers
rag doll - a cloth doll that is stuffed and (usually) painted
sawdust doll - a doll that is stuffed with sawdust
toy soldier - a doll that resembles a soldier
Translations
دُمْيَه
panenka
dukke
babácskatolólap
dúkka, brúîa
lėlytė
lellīte

dolly

[ˈdɒlɪ]
A. N
1. (= doll) → muñequita f
2. (= girl) → chica f, jovencita f
3. (Cine, TV) → travelín m, plataforma f rodante
4. (US) → carretilla f
B. CPD dolly bird N (Brit) → niña f mona

dolly

[ˈdɒli] n (= toy) → poupée f dolly birddolly bird npoupée f

dolly

n
(inf: = doll) → Püppchen nt
(= wheeled frame)(Transport)wagen m; (Film, TV) → Dolly m, → Kamerawagen m; (Rail) → Schmalspurrangierlokomotive f
(for washing clothes) → Wäschestampfer m
(Tech, for rivet) → Gegenhalter m
(inf: = girl) → Puppe f
(Sport inf) → lahmer Ball (inf)
adj (Sport inf) shotlahm; catchleicht

dolly

[ˈdɒlɪ] n (fam) → bambola

dolly

(ˈdoli) plural ˈdollies noun
a child's word for a doll.
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