Definition of key grip in English:

key grip

Syllabification: key grip

noun

  • The person in a film crew who is in charge of the camera equipment.
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    • See the fireworks that explode when newsreaders and key grips get together in the same room.
    • Only a few days before the crew arrived in Paro, the key grip and unit manager were racing around old Delhi in a rickshaw on a critical search for fog machines, fans, dimmers, skimmers, sun guns, dollies and all the necessary lighting equipment.
    • When Hollywood produces movies of this magnitude, it creates jobs for directors, actors, and key grips in California.

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