adjective mak·ing–of

Definition of making–of

  1. :  providing details or descriptions of how something (such as a movie or television show) was made The DVD set is bargain-priced considering it has a full season and some modest extras (a making-of segment and deleted scenes). — The Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal, 28 Aug. 2007 So many making-of books seem like deadly procedurals, with the authors stuffing in tons of minutiae just to show how much research they've done … — Stephanie Zacharek, The New York Times Book Review, 8 Jan. 2006

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a brief usually trivial fact

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