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camera shot (in a movie etc), scene鏡頭 [jing4 tou2]
camera shot (in a movie etc), scene镜头 [jing4 tou2]
(of a play, movie etc) to begin开演 [kai1 yan3]
(of a play, movie etc) to begin開演 [kai1 yan3]
(set phrase) scene of feasting and pleasure-seeking, scene of debauchery灯红酒绿 [deng1 hong2 jiu3 lu:4]
(set phrase) scene of feasting and pleasure-seeking, scene of debauchery燈紅酒綠 [deng1 hong2 jiu3 lu:4]
(TV or movie) screen屏幕 [ping2 mu4]
a camera, variant of 照相机相机 [xiang4 ji1]
a camera, variant of 照相机相機 [xiang4 ji1]
a tear-jerker movie催泪大片 [cui1 lei4 da4 pian4]
a tear-jerker movie催淚大片 [cui1 lei4 da4 pian4]
an action movie, a kungfu movie武打片 [wu3 da3 pian1]
at the scene, on the spot当场 [dang1 chang3]
at the scene, on the spot當場 [dang1 chang3]
big shot (leading some field or group), godfather大佬 [da4 lao3]
camera摄影机 [she4 ying3 ji1]
camera攝影機 [she4 ying3 ji1]
camera照像机 [zhao4 xiang4 ji1]
camera照像機 [zhao4 xiang4 ji1]
camera照相机 [zhao4 xiang4 ji1]
camera照相機 [zhao4 xiang4 ji1]
camera bag (for changing film)暗袋 [an4 dai4]
camera bellows, camera obscura暗箱 [an4 xiang1]
camera oculi, aqueous chamber of the eye眼房 [yan3 fang2]
camera, video camera摄像机 [she4 xiang4 ji1]
camera, video camera攝像機 [she4 xiang4 ji1]
canister shot, cluster bomb, shrapnel shell榴霰弹 [liu2 san3 dan4]
canister shot, cluster bomb, shrapnel shell榴霰彈 [liu2 san3 dan4]
Changping, place name in Gaoping County 高平縣|高平县, southern Shanxi, the scene of the great battle or 260 BC between Qin and Zhao長平 [Chang2 ping2]
Changping, place name in Gaoping County 高平縣|高平县, southern Shanxi, the scene of the great battle or 260 BC between Qin and Zhao长平 [Chang2 ping2]
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