the chief stagehand on a movie set.
(mainly US) the person in charge of moving and setting up camera tracks and scenery in a film or television studio See also grip1 (sense 11)
a movie or television technician who is charge of a group of grips, who move and set up camera tracks and film sets
[kee-hohl] /ˈkiˌhoʊl/ noun 1. a for inserting a in a lock, especially one in the shape of a circle with a rectangle having a width smaller than the diameter of the circle projecting from the bottom. 2. Also called key. Basketball. the area at each end of the court that is bounded by two lines […]
noun 1. a compass saw for cutting keyholes, etc.
- Keyhole surgery
noun 1. surgery carried out through a very small incision noun any surgical procedure done with a fiber-optic video device and lasers or tiny instruments within a very small incision; also called laparoscopic surgery , minimally invasive surgery Usage Note medicine
- Key indicator
noun a singularly important sign that something will happen Examples The sales of durable goods is a key indicator for the economy.