[moo-vee] /ˈmu vi/
motion-picture theater (often preceded by the):
The movie is next-door to the hardware store.
“moving pictures,” 1912, see movie.
1912 (perhaps 1908), shortened form of moving picture in the cinematographic sense (1896). As an adjective from 1913. Movie star attested from 1913. Another early name for it was photoplay.
blue movie, b movie, grind-house, snuff film, splat movie
noun 1. a motion-picture theater.
/ˈmuːvɪˌtəʊn/ noun 1. trademark (US) the earliest technique of including a soundtrack on film
[moo-ving] /ˈmu vɪŋ/ adjective 1. capable of or having : a moving object. 2. causing or producing motion. 3. involved in changing the location of possessions, a residence, office, etc.: moving expenses. 4. involving a motor vehicle in motion. 5. actuating, instigating, or impelling: the moving spirit behind the party. 6. stirring or evoking strong […]
noun, Statistics. 1. one of a succession of averages of data from a time series, where each average is calculated by successively shifting the interval by the same period of time. noun 1. (statistics) (of a sequence of values) a derived sequence of the averages of successive subsequences of a given number of members, often […]