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English - Turkish
{i} filmler

Birçok Hollywood filmleri mutlu bir sona sahiptir. - Most Hollywood movies have a happy ending.

Oda arkadaşım, filmlere para harcama söz konusu olduğunda, müsriftir; o fiyatı ne olursa olsun, onları piyasaya çıktığı gün alıyor. - My roommate is prodigal when it comes to spending money on movies; he buys them the day they're released, regardless of price.


Neden insanlar sinemaya gidiyor? - Why are people going to the movies?

Evde kalmayı sinemaya gitmeye tercih ederim. - I would rather stay at home than go to the movies.

{i} sinema

Sinemaya mı tiyatroya mı gitmek istersin? - Do you want to go to the movies or to the theater?

Onunla sinemaya gitmeye çekindim. - I hesitated to go to the movie with him.

{i} film

İki yılda ilk kez bir film izledim. - I saw a movie for the first time in two years.

Fransızca bir film görmek istiyorsun, öyle mi? - You want to see a French movie, right?

{i} (sinemada gösterilen) film
(Bilgisayar) video

Final Fantasy bir film değil, video oyunudur. - Final Fantasy is not a movie, but a videogame.

Videoda bir film izledim. - I watched a movie on video.

(Aİ) film
movie industry
film endüstrisi
the movies

Ben sık sık babamla birlikte sinemaya gittim. - I often went to the movies with my father.

Haftada bir kez sinemaya gider. - She goes to the movies once a week.

horror movies
korku filmleri
sık sık çoğ
violent movies
şiddet filmleri
are there any good movies on tv tonight
bu akşam televizyonda iyi filmler var mı
go to the movies
sinemaya gitmek
film özellikleri
the movies
sinema, sinema sanatı
would you like to go to the movies with me
benimle sinemaya gelmek ister misiniz
English - English
plural form of movie
The cinema

I'm taking my husband to the movies for our anniversary.

{i} movie industry
action movies
plural form of action movie
adult movies
plural form of adult movie
blue movies
plural form of blue movie
home movies
plural form of home movie
horror movies
plural form of horror movie
midnight movies
plural form of midnight movie
A motion picture
snuff movies
plural form of snuff movie
SM movies
movies in which there is sado-masochistic activity (derivation of pleasure from inflicted pain on others or having it inflicted on oneself)
children's movies
{i} films which are designed for a young audience
detective movies
movies that focus on crime-solving
go to the movies
go to the cinema to see a film
horror movies
movies dominated by elements of horror that frighten and/or shock the audience
a form of entertainment that enacts a story by a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"
A motion-picture, without respected to recording medium, or way of distribution A talkie is a kind of movie A film is a kind of movie A motion-picture recorded on digital video tape is properly called a movie, in the same way as one which has been recorded on film
A moving picture or a moving picture show; commonly used in pl
(n ) A contiguous series of video frames (and optionally synchronized audio) that are displayed fast enough to provide the illusion of motion A frame rate of 30 frames per second is a typical target for a movie
You can talk about the movies when you are talking about seeing a movie in a movie theater. He took her to the movies
{i} motion picture, film (Informal); cinema, movie theater
It is possible to make a simple movie (rotating brains etc ) For Afni, see Volume Rendering
A movie is a film. In the first movie Tony Curtis ever made he played a grocery clerk
A cinema
pornographic movies
licentious films, movies which show explicit sexual acts
violent movies
movies which have much aggression and terror

    Turkish pronunciation



    /ˈmo͞ovēz/ /ˈmuːviːz/


    [ mü-vE ] (noun.) 1912. moving picture.


    ... like literally out of like the 1950s Sci-Fi movies. ...
    ... movies and so on. ...

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