Adjective "filmed" definition and examples

(Filmed may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/fɪlm/

Definitions and examples

noun

A thin flexible strip of plastic or other material coated with light-sensitive emulsion for exposure in a camera, used to produce photographs or motion pictures.
  1. count noun 'a new range of films and cameras'
  2. 'All you need is an album, an instant camera, rolls of film and painting materials if you are that way inclined.'
  3. 'As she tried to fit another roll of film into the camera, sudden loud shots were heard.'
  4. 'Wearily, she checked her camera for film and took a few pictures.'
  5. 'The keenest cameraman of them all, who we thought must have shot at least 200 frames, admitted he had no film in his camera.'
  6. 'This from a man who shot many tens of thousands of sheets of film in his career.'
  7. 'Since slide film does not take exposure inaccuracies in its stride, you take every shot three times.'
  8. 'There's no film in the camera, just numbers, so you can turn it on and do whatever you want for as long as you want.'
  9. 'A security guard destroyed a roll of film and broke her camera attempting to remove the battery.'
  10. 'One year down the track, that has changed and I have now spent a few days and a roll of film with this camera.'
  11. 'I have the habit of leaving film in my camera until I've forgotten what was on it.'
  12. 'clear plastic film between the layers of glass'
  13. 'The latest version, known by the brand name Superglass, has two layers of clear film between the panes.'
  14. 'Window security film can be clear or tinted to limit transmission of infrared or visible light.'
  15. 'He uses a clear plastic film over seeds or young plants to generate more heat.'
  16. 'Leave to rise on oiled baking sheets, covered with oiled clear film, for 15 minutes.'
  17. 'But look closer and the clear packaging has an unusual matte film, is slightly cloudy and slightly sticky to touch.'
  18. 'The choice of solvent mixture gives a good adhesion to the glass surface and results in thin films covering the glass plates.'
  19. 'The first coat should be allowed to dry overnight to give clear pink film.'
  20. 'Now that she was closer she could see a fine, milky-white film covering both eyes.'
  21. 'Now think of the same image, but this time the chocolate is covered by a white film on its surface.'
  22. 'She looked up at him with a disconcerted, unfocused gaze, her normally clear ice blue eyes covered with a dazed, cloudy film.'
A story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images and shown in a cinema or on television.
  1. as modifier 'a film director'
  2. 'The kids in this film don't seem like children.'
  3. 'And there are lots of people who will disagree that any one of the films by the following filmmakers failed.'
  4. 'Apart from watching the documentary film was there any other research that you felt was necessary?'
  5. 'The Danish director's films seem to inspire either love or loathing.'
  6. 'It was like watching a horror film unfold.'
  7. 'Approximately 113 Australian fiction films were produced in the years from 1906 to 1914.'
  8. 'A short documentary film has already been made about his story.'
  9. 'In the first shot of this film, the camera moves slowly down a cross.'
  10. 'When we made this film we were very clear that we were not going to go that route.'
  11. 'In August and September the concept for my film became clear and it was completed in the autumn.'
  12. 'Long a film buff, Verna says she's always maintained broad artistic interests.'
  13. 'The match was organised to raise welfare fund for the Bollywood film industry's technicians and stuntmen.'
  14. 'The film industry has blamed the police for their failure in nabbing the culprits.'
  15. 'No-one, in UK broadsheets at least, writes terribly convincingly about film at the moment.'
  16. 'He wrote several books on film and art, notably Dada: Art and Anti-Art.'
  17. 'Cox rather endearingly refers to film as ‘the movies’ with barely hidden schoolboy zest.'

verb

Capture on film as part of a series of moving images; make a film of (a story, event, or book)
  1. 'I am filming my next movie soon and I thought that you people should be the second to know.'
  2. 'The family were filmed over a period of three months and had six cameras installed in their house.'
  3. 'A couple of years ago, my block was shut down because they were filming a movie.'
  4. 'At first I thought we were being filmed for a comedy programme or something.'
  5. 'One can only pray that they may be filmed for television and DVD.'
  6. 'The movie was filmed on location in Oregon and the period clothing and accoutrements are generally right on.'
  7. 'The second plane, minutes later, was filmed from every angle.'
  8. 'The show is filmed in a studio, which is part of the house he shares with his family.'
  9. 'We didn't know, but they had secretly filmed it on the opening night.'
  10. 'Well, it was filmed for television, and therefore is a full frame presentation.'
  11. 'an adventure story which would film well'
  12. 'Furthermore, football is one of the grittiest sports, it films well, and it can be molded into just about any metaphor for life.'
Become or appear to become covered with a thin layer of something.
  1. 'His eyes filmed over, and the eternal darkness enclosed his soul.'

More definitions

1. a thin layer or coating: a film of grease on a plate.

2. a thin sheet of any material: a film of ice.

3. a thin skin or membrane.

4. a delicate web of filaments or fine threads.

5. a thin haze, blur, or mist.

6. Photography. a cellulose nitrate or cellulose acetate composition made in thin sheets or strips and coated with a sensitive emulsion for taking photographs. a strip or roll of this. the coating of emulsion on such a sheet or strip or on a photographic plate.

7. Movi

More examples(as adjective)

"announcements can be filmed on dates."

"entertainments can be filmed."

"units can be filmed."

"businesses can be filmed."

"interviews can be filmed."

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Origin

(film)Old English filmen ‘membrane’, of West Germanic origin; related to fell.