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feature-length

[fee-cher-length] /ˈfi tʃərˈlɛŋθ/
adjective
1.
long enough to be made a feature; of full length:
a feature-length story; a feature-length film.
Origin
1935-1940
1935-40
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Examples from the web for feature-length
  • feature-length movies in the silent era could run anywhere from six to eight reels, with exceptions for epic productions.
  • Free concerts are performed during the summer, and feature-length movies are often projected on large screens.
  • He now sells downloads of the feature-length film split into six segments.
  • Bill edits feature-length articles on technology, science, and culture.
  • Though not exactly spontaneous and seldom witty, it is good serious talk, a sort of feature-length op-ed piece.
  • Off the field, he was the subject of everything from songs to a feature-length film about his life.
British Dictionary definitions for feature-length

feature-length

adjective
1.
(of a film or programme) similar in extent to a feature although not classed as such
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