Complete Definition of "film"

English

Pronunciation
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ɪlm|-ɪlm

Etymology
w:Old English|Old English filmen, membrane, skin from w:West Germanic|West Germanic *filminjan (cf. w:Old Frisian|Old Frisian filmene, skin, Old English fell hide), extended from Proto Germanic. *fello(m) animal hide, from w:PIE|Proto-Indo-European *pello-/*pelno- (cf. w:Greek language|Greek pella, w:Latin|Latin pellis skin). Sense of a thin coat of something is 1577, extended by 1845 to the coating of chemical gel on photographic plates. By 1895 this also meant the coating plus the paper or celluloid.

Noun
en-noun

  1. A thin layer of some substance.
  2. context|photography A medium used to capture images in a camera.
  3. A motion picture.

Synonyms
movie

Related terms
filmography
filmology
filmy
black and white film
colour film, color film
slide film
on film

Translations
trans-top|thin layer
Hebrew: film#Hebrew|×ר×× (kroom) m
Italian: t+|it|film|m, t+|it|pellicola|f
trans-mid
Spanish: t+|es|película|f
trans-bottom

trans-top|photographic film
Croatian: t-|hr|film|m
Hebrew: film#Hebrew|×¡×¨× (seret) m, film#Hebrew|פ××× (film, filem) m
Italian: t+|it|film|m, t+|it|pellicola|f
trans-mid
Spanish: t+|es|película|f
trans-bottom

trans-top|motion picture
Croatian: t-|hr|film|m
Hebrew: film#Hebrew|×¡×¨× (seret) m
Italian: t+|it|film|m, t+|it|pellicola|f
trans-mid
Romanian: t-|ro|film|n
Spanish: t+|es|película|f
trans-bottom

rfc-trans
Czech: film m (2,3)
German: Film m
Gujarati: àªàª¿àª¤à«àª°àªªàª (chitraput)/ photographic film: àªàª¿àª¤à«àª°àªªàª પàªà«àªà« (chitraput pati)
Irish: scannán
Lithuanian: filmas, m, kinas m
Portuguese: filme (1,2)
Slovak: film#Slovak|film m (2,3)
Swedish: film (1,2,3)

Verb
en-verb

  1. To record a motion picture on photographic film

#:"A Hollywood studio was filming on-location in NYC."

Translations

Gujarati: àªàª¿àª¤à«àª°àªªàª પàªà«àªà« પળ àªàª¿àª¤à«àª°àªªàª àªàª¤àª¾àª°àªµà«àª (Chitraput pati par chitraput outarvu)
German: te|de|filmen, t+|de|drehen
Hebrew: ××סר×× (l'hasrit)
Italian: girare un film, filmare
Lithuanian: filmuoti
mid
Portuguese: t+|pt|filmar
Slovak: filmovať
Spanish: t-|es|filmar, t|es|rodar
Swedish: t+|sv|filma


Crimean Tatar

Etymology
E.|crh film#English|film.

Noun
film

  1. film#English|film.

Declension
crh-latin-noun|nıñ|ga|nı|da|dan

References
R:Useinov-Mireev 2002

Category:Crimean Tatar nouns


Croatian

Etymology
From E.|hr term|film|lang=en.

Noun
hr-noun|m

  1. #English|film (in photography)
  2. #English|film (motion picture)

Estonian

Noun
film m (plural: filmid)

  1. a movie

Related terms
filmindus
filmilint
mustvalge film
värvifilm
kino

Category:Estonian nouns


French

Pronunciation
w:IPA|IPA: /film/
w:SAMPA|SAMPA: /film/

Noun
film m (plural: films)

  1. a movie

Category:French nouns


Indonesian

Noun
film

  1. film

Category:Indonesian language


Italian

Noun
film m inv

  1. film

Synonyms
pellicola

Related terms
filmabile
filmato
filmare
filmico
filmina
filmografia
filmologia

See also
cinema#Italian|cinema

Category:Italian nouns


Polish

Noun
film m

  1. a movie
  2. medium used to capture images in a camera
  3. a thin layer

Category:Polish nouns


Romanian

Etymology
French film#French|film

Noun
ro-noun|gendn|plfilme

  1. movie, film#English|film

Declension
ro-noun-n|plfilme|deffilmul


Slovak

Noun
:film m, filmy p
:film stem
:filmu gen sg
:filmami instr pl
:declension pattern dub

  1. photographic film#English|film
  2. movie, motion picture

Derived terms
filmár
filmovať
filmový

Category:Slovak nouns


Swedish

Pronunciation
audio|Sv-film.ogg|audio

Noun
film c

  1. a thin layer
  2. medium used to capture images in a camera
  3. a movie

Category:Swedish nouns


Turkish

Pronunciation
IPA: /fɪlɪm/

Note: The pronunciation is different because film is a loanword, and all Turkish words never have two consonant|consonants together at the same time. Therefore, this makes it hard for Turks to say loanwords with two consonants together, and they end up pronouncing "film" as "filim".

Noun
film

  1. a medium used to capture images in a camera
  2. a movie

Category:Turkish nouns

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