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be in pictures

Definition of be in pictures in English:

chiefly North American Act in films or work for the film industry: someone told her she ought to be in pictures
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  • Like a lot of youngsters, John decided early on that he wanted to be in pictures.
  • They say that he's exactly the same now as when he was in radio, which I believe, because he's exactly the same now as when he was in pictures.
  • Lottie says, ‘Ten years I've been in pictures and hope to be always in some way or other ’.
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