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montage
American English: /mɑnˈtɑʒ/
British English: /mɒnˈtɑːʒ/
, /ˈmɒntɑːʒ/

Translation of montage in Spanish:

noun

uncountable and countable
  • Example sentences
    • She learned how to montage films - editing together different camera shots for effect.
    • This was done after shooting the whole film and montage sequences.
    • It is montage alone that separates and makes cinema stand out above all the other art forms.

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