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How do you say film in Italian?

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Cinema is the generic term for Film- that is motion pictures or movies in much of Europe. the German term Kino (Pronounced Keen-oh) is related. on the other hand Pelllicula is film in the sense of a roll of photographic film. the term also means tape and seems to imply fragile. Pelligro is (Hazardous) in Spanish and Italian.

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"Macchina fotografica" is an Italian equivalent of "camera."

Specifically, the feminine singular noun "macchina" means "machine." Its singular definite article is "la" ("the"), and its singular indefinite article is "una" ("a, one"). The feminine singular adjective "fotografica" means "photographic."

The pronunciation is "MAHK-kee-nah FOH-toh-GRAH-fee-kah.'

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