cine

cine

[sin-ee, sin-ey]
noun
1.
a film; motion picture.
2.
a motion-picture theater.
Also, ciné.


Origin:
1895–1900; short for cinema

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cine-

a combining form meaning “motion picture,” used in the formation of compound words: cineradiograph.

Origin:
extracted from cinema

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cine-
 
combining form
indicating motion picture or cinema: cine camera; cinephotography

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cine
abbreviation of cinema used in compounds or as a stand-alone, 1928, perhaps partly from Fr. ciné (1917).
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cine- or cin-
pref.
Motion picture: cineangiography.

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