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Definition of "movie" []

  • A sequence of photographs projected onto a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create the illusion of motion and continuity. (noun)
  • A connected cinematic narrative represented in this form. (noun)
  • A showing of a movie. Often used in the plural: During the movie, the person in front of me kept talking. Would you like to go to the movies tonight? (noun)
  • The movie industry. (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)

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Use "movie" in a sentence
  • "We had a fantastic morning of special projects and a movie... with one small glitch between the project and the movie* everyone has been in a great mood, having fun and well behaved if kids are happy they behave -- did you all know that?"
  • "You can still sell movie adaptations to a limited extent, by getting it out before the movie* or releasing it in that brief** months-long window between the movie's theatrical run and its DVD release."
  • "Haha love this movie Chadda zulfein jhatakna bhool jaoge 1 #movie where I like sunny deol"