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1kinescope

noun ki·ne·scope \ˈki-nə-ˌskōp also ˈkī-\

Definition of KINESCOPE

2
:  a motion picture made from an image on a picture tube

Origin of KINESCOPE

from Kinescope, a trademark
First Known Use: 1930

2kinescope

verb
kinescopedkinescop·ing

Definition of KINESCOPE

transitive verb
:  to make a kinescope of

First Known Use of KINESCOPE

1949

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