Definición de bioscope en inglés:

bioscope

Saltos de línea: bio|scope
Pronunciación: /ˈbʌɪəskəʊp
 
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sustantivo

dated , chiefly South African
A cinema or film.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They have renamed the theatre the Gem Bioscope, in fond memory of the days when the Gem was an active bioscope, showing movies like Samson & Delilah, or endless westerns.
  • In that case, we're left with little to say about Dante or, even more obviously, Dickens - both of whom made use of strongly sentiment-charged visual imaginations - and this long before the first bioscopes echoed our unified oohs and aahs.
  • ‘I've been living on the streets for a long, long time, just sleeping in old bioscopes,’ she says, wrapping her tattered jersey around her frail shoulders.

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