projection room

projection room

n
(Film) a small room in a cinema in which the film projectors are operated
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projec′tion room`


n.
2. a room with a projector and screen for the private viewing of motion pictures.
[1910–15]
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Translations

projection room

nVorführraum m
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projection room

n (Cine) → cabina di proiezione
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