cinematic

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See also: cinemàtic

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French cinématique.

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

cinematic (comparative more cinematic, superlative most cinematic)

  1. Of or relating to the cinema.
  2. Resembling a professional motion picture.
    Despite being shot on tiny budget, the student film looked incredibly cinematic.
  3. (dated) Relating to kinematics; kinematic.

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Noun[edit]

cinematic (plural cinematics)

  1. (video games) A cut scene.
    Is there a way to skip this long cinematic?
    • 2004, David Freeman, Creating Emotion in Games, New Riders, →ISBN, page 390:
      When you talk about writing in games, some designers think you're speaking only about cinematics. Of all the ways to evoke emotion, however, cinematics are the least game-like portion of any game.

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French cinématique

Adjective[edit]

cinematic m or n (feminine singular cinematică, masculine plural cinematici, feminine and neuter plural cinematice)

  1. cinematic

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