Definition of Film-make

1. Verb. Make films; be a film maker.

Generic synonyms: Create, Make

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Film-make

fills in
fills out
fills the bill
film-make (current term)
film advance
film badge
film badge holder
film badges
film changer
film clip
film crew
film crews
film director
film dosimetry
film editing
film fern

Literary usage of Film-make

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Adventure Guide Maui by Sharon Hamblin (2005)
"Camera and film. Make sure you have extra batteries or, if you have a digital camera, check to see that the batteries are charged. ..."

2. The American Annual of Photography (1907)
"Make a lot of under exposures on a roll of film—make a duplicate for your own hand work. Expose a roll of film and have them all over exposed. ..."

3. Elements of Physics by Edward Leamington Nichols, Ernest John Andrews, William Suddards Franklin, Howard Newell Howland (1904)
"These inward forces upon the particles of a liquid in the surface film make the hydrostatic pressure in the region enclosed by the surface film greater ..."

4. The Science and Practice of Photography: An Elementary Textbook on the by John Ransom Roebuck (1918)
"Along the side of this slit is a transparent film with a series of numbers which throw a shadow on the ground glass or sensitive film. Make a careful record ..."

5. A Text-book of Physics: Including a Collection of Examples and Questions by William Watson (1920)
"The angle /? is that which the light rays in the air film make with the plate, but in all practical cases the lens is of such small curvature, and the rings ..."

6. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1916)
"... soak for five minutes in: Formaline, 40 per cent. ... 1 oz. Water ... .... 20 oz. Then rinse and dry. To strip the film, make up a solution ..."

7. Life in Ponds and Streams by William S. Furneaux (1906)
"As a striking instance of the supporting power of the surface film, make a small sieve with rather fine wire gauze, say about three inches in diameter, ..."

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