co-production


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co-production

n
1. (Film) a film, play, television programme, etc, produced by two or more people or organizations
2. (Pop Music) a film, play, television programme, etc, produced by two or more people or organizations
3. (Broadcasting) a film, play, television programme, etc, produced by two or more people or organizations
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co-production

[ˌkəʊprəˈdʌkʃən] Ncoproducción f
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co-production

nKoproduktion f
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