plural noun, Movies, Television.
unusual visual and sound effects beyond the range of normal photography or recording, as simulated fires or earthquakes, explosions, thunder and lightning, miniaturized or enlarged images, or other optical or electronic distortions.
special effects
plural noun
(films) techniques used in the production of scenes that cannot be achieved by normal techniques


Read Also:

  • Special election

    noun an election that is held when a lawmaker dies, resigns, or is expelled from office in mid-term

  • Special english

    noun a 1,500-word vocabulary and short, simple phrases without the idioms and clichés of colloquial English, broadcasters speak at about two-thirds the speed of conversational English Examples Special English was developed nearly 50 years ago as a radio experiment to spread American news and cultural information to people outside the United States who have no […]

  • Special-forces

    plural noun 1. U.S. Army personnel trained to organize, instruct, supply, and supervise indigenous forces engaged in guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgency operations, and to themselves conduct unconventional warfare. special forces plural noun 1. élite, highly trained military forces, specially selected to work on difficult missions noun, adjective See special ops

  • Special-handling

    noun 1. (in the U.S. Postal Service) the handling of third- and fourth-class mail as first-class upon the payment of a fee.

Disclaimer: Special-effects definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.