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slow motion

n.
A film or video technique in which the action is recorded at a faster rate than usual or replayed at a slower rate than usual, thereby slowing the action on the screen.

slow′-mo′tion adj.

slow′ mo′tion


n.
the process or technique of filming or taping a motion-picture or television sequence at an accelerated rate of speed and then projecting or replaying it at normal speed so that the action appears to be slowed down.
[1920–25]

slow′-mo′tion



adj.
1. photographed or appearing in slow motion.
2. proceeding at a strikingly slow rate.
[1925–30]
Translations

slow-motion

[ˈsləʊˈməʊʃən]
A. ADJ slow-motion filmpelícula f a cámara lenta
B. N to show a film in slow-motionpasar una película a cámara lenta, pasar una película ralentizada
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