In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(arte, actividad)cinemarespetado por todos en el mundo del cine — respected by everyone in the movie / film world
- siempre he querido hacer cine — I've always wanted to make movies / films
- actor de cine — movie / film actor
- pantalla de cine — movie screen
2(local)movie house EEUUmovie theater EEUUcinema Britanico¿vamos al / (Colombia) a cine? — shall we go to the movies? EEUU
- ¿qué ponen / (Latin America) dan en el cine Rex? — what's on at the Rex?
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