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on-set

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Definition of on-set in English:

adjective

Taking place during or relating to the rehearsing of a play or the making of a film: an on-set photographer
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  • An on-set fire, during filming, also caused havoc, when crew members initially thought it was a bomb and Bloom had to be evacuated.
  • However, in the end you kind of wish he'd have at least sprung for an on-set defibrillator so the film would have had a chance to sustain a heartbeat.
  • Films are always, unavoidably, past - even a freshly edited film festival entry or on-set dailies.

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