Definition of moviegoer in English:


Line breaks: movie|goer
Pronunciation: /ˈmuːviɡəʊə(r)


chiefly North American
A person who goes to the cinema, especially regularly.
More example sentences
  • You are a regular moviegoer so you have seen all this before.
  • A regular moviegoer with a conventional grasp of history would simply call it phony.
  • Zhang said China also needs to build more cinemas to entertain the growing number of moviegoers.



noun& adjective
More example sentences
  • Personally, my parents (bless them) started taking me to see (mostly French) films with subtitles when I was about ten, and I tend to see them as just a normal part of moviegoing.
  • However, in defense of my generation's moviegoing habits, I feel it necessary to counter Roger's list with what I think are the twenty best movies from the past twenty years.
  • The plethora of coverage in the mainstream press, itself unusual for a Mexican film, has by now acquainted the moviegoing public with some of the details of the phenomenon.

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