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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
cine

abbreviation of cinema used in compounds or as a stand-alone, 1928, perhaps partly from French ciné (1917).

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cine

n. 1 (context chiefly attributive English) cinefilm 2 (context medicine English) image of the heart taken by fluoroscopy.

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CINE

CINE (Council on International Nontheatrical Events) is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1957 with the mission of selecting American films for international film festivals, CINE's focus has since evolved to supporting emerging and established producers of film, TV and digital media from all around the world through film competitions, educational panels, screenings and networking opportunities.

Çine

Çine is a town and a district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, from the city of Aydın, on the road to Muğla.

Usage examples of "cine".

As far as Miranda could see-all the way to Nanjing, maybe-it was lined with Western and Nipponese boutiques and department stores, and the airspace above the street was besprent with almond-size aerostats, each with its own cine camera and pattern-recognition ware to watch for suspicious-looking congregations of young men who might be Fist cells.

He was carrying not one but two strap-hung cameras, his eight millimetre cine and a very compact still camera with flashlight attachment.

They used a thing called a cine camera, which captured images on a photochemical medium.

Cine feeds, or simple stationary graphics, could be digitally posted on such a wall just as posters and handbills had been in olden times.

Fafeyzar's impatience slowing its passage yet farther, but the melt faded eventually and Ross was back in cine with the world.

As far as Miranda could see-all the way to Nanjing, maybe-it was lined with Western and Nipponese boutiques and department stores, and the airspace above the street was besprent with almond-size aerostats, each with its own cine camera and pattern-recognition ware to watch for suspicious-looking congregations of young men who might be Fist cells.

Asas Miranda could see-all the way to Nanjing, maybe-it waswith Western and Nipponese boutiques and department stores,the airspace above the street was besprent with almond-sizeeach with its own cine camera and pattern-recognitionto watch for suspicious-looking congregations of young menmight be Fist cells.

The only camera in the world that can take colour stills, black and white stills and is a cine camera at the same time.

She was possessed of a slight figure, hardly strong enough, one would have thought, to lug around the heavy cine camera which, shoulder-slung, accompanied her everywhere.

I think the cine camera equipment may be safer in your care than in mine.

As they drew near, a balding man in a shiny suit began shooting them with a big newsreel cine camera.

He started to film, pausing only to rewind the motor of his clockwork cine camera.

Instead, he got out a small radio transmitter receiver no larger than a cine camera of fair size.

Gradually he became aware :hat the instrument was not a theodolite at all -- it was a cine camera.

On a platform at the rear of the bus were three mounted cine cameras, for this was the coach that led the motorcade and the cameras would at all times have an excellent view of the Presidential coach which was to follow immediately behind.