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cinematograph

  
   n     (Brit)   cinematógrafo    m  
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"cinematograph": examples and translations in context
This... is what my very first cinematograph looked like. Así es como era mi primer cinematógrafo.
In the window there was a cinematograph. En la vidriera, había un cinematógrafo.
The Board examines films for certification in accordance with the provisions contained in the Cinematograph Act 1952 and the Cinematograph Rules, 1983 and the guidelines issued by the Central government. La Junta examina las películas para su certificación de conformidad de las disposiciones que figuran en la Ley de cinematografía, de 1952, el Reglamento de Cinematografía, de 1983, y las directrices dictadas por el Gobierno Central.
"Rents in respect of cinematograph films are also treated as royalties, whether such films are exhibited in cinemas or on the television. "Los arriendos por el arrendamiento de películas cinematográficas se consideran igualmente como cánones, tanto si esas películas se proyectan en salas de espectáculos como si se proyectan en la televisión.
Positive cinematograph films, printed and developed, intended for viewing prior to commercial use. Películas cinematográficas, impresionadas y reveladas, positivos, destinados a ser visionados antes de su uso comercial
I thought that I would finally get a cinematograph. Yo pensaba que finalmente podría tener un cinematógrafo.
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