Definition of cineplex in English:

cineplex

Syllabification: cin·e·plex
Pronunciation: /ˈsinəˌpleks
 
/
(also Cineplex)

noun

trademark , chiefly North American
A movie theater with several separate screens; a multiplex.
More example sentences
  • There are really only three action movies hitting the cineplexes in the holiday season without franchise credentials.
  • The film boasts an emotional honesty all too rarely seen at cineplexes these days.
  • Mental illness is too complex a subject for an hour and a half at the cineplex.

Origin

1970s: blend of cinema and complex.

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