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camerawoman

Line breaks: cam¦era|woman
Pronunciation: /ˈkamrəˌwʊmən
 
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Definition of camerawoman in English:

noun (plural camerawomen)

A woman whose profession is operating a video, television, or film camera: a local news camerawoman
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  • She added a small screen to the set so she could watch herself as she performed while a camerawoman recorded her movements.
  • Working as a freelance camerawoman is a really physical job.
  • His wife acts as camerawoman on their expeditions and is a practical person who organises everything.

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