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 chóng zhì to make a copy / to reproduce / to remake (a movie)  
 pāi diàn yǐng to make a movie  
 huáng piàn adult movie / pornographic movie  
 yù gào piàn movie trailer / previewed movie  
 xià piàn to stop screening a movie / to end the run of a movie  
 piàn wěi end credits (of a movie etc) / ending (of a movie etc)  
 mò míng qí miào unfathomable mystery (idiom) / subtle and ineffable / unable to make head or tail of it / boring (e.g. movie)
 fān pāi to reproduce photographically / to duplicate / to adapt (as a movie) / to remake (a movie) / adaptation / reproduction / remake  
 wǔ dǎ piàn action movie / kungfu movie  
 fā jì to make one's mark / to go up in the world / to make one's fortune
 xǔ yuàn to make a wish / to make a vow / to promise a reward  
 bǔ guò to make up for an earlier mistake / to make amends  
 fā hèng cái to make easy money / to make a fortune / to line one's pockets
 hú nào to act willfully and make a scene / to make trouble
 ràng shāng xīn to make grieve, to make sad  
 zhǎo qí to make uniform / to even up / to make good a deficiency
 bǔ bào to make a report after the event / to make a supplementary report / to repay a kindness
 jìn zhǎn to make headway / to make progress
 zhì cí to make a speech / to make some remarks
 qǔ nào to make trouble / to make fun of  
 chū chǒu shameful / scandalous / to be humiliated / to make a fool of sb or oneself / to make sb lose face
 chāo to make a copy / to plagiarize / to search and seize / to raid / to grab / to go off with / to take a shortcut / to make a turning move / to fold one's arms
 guò bu qù to make life difficult for / to embarrass / unable to make it through
 shēng qǐng to make a formal request / formal request / to make a claim (law)  
 tū xiǎn conspicuous / to make sth stand out / make sth prominent
 biǎo míng to make clear / to make known / to state clearly / to indicate / known
 duǎn zhōng chōu cháng to make the best of a bad job / to make the best use of limited resources (idiom)  
穿 chuān xiǎo xié lit. to make sb wear tight shoes (idiom) / to make life difficult for sb
 zuò guài (of a ghost) to make strange things happen / to act up / to act behind the scenes / to make mischief / odd / to misbehave (euphemism for having sex)
 zuò wén zhāng to make an issue of sth / to fuss / to make a song and dance  
 dāng hóng currently popular (of movie stars, singers etc)  
 dào lù to pirate (an audio recording, movie etc) / to bootleg  
 hán shā shè yǐng to attack someone by innuendo (idiom) / to make oblique charges / to make insinuations / to insinuate
 nòng jiǎ chéng zhēn pretense that turns into reality (idiom) / to play at make-believe, but accidentally make it true
 jiè zī yì zhù to make use of sth in order to make good the deficits in sth else (idiom)  
 yí xiào dà fāng to make a fool of oneself / to make oneself a laughing stock
 ná zhǔ yi to make a decision / to make up one's mind
 dēng gāo yī hū to make a clarion call / to make a public appeal  
 làn yú chōng shù lit. to play the yu 竽 / mouth organ to make up numbers (idiom) / fig. to make up the numbers with inferior products / to masquerade as having an ability / token member of a group
 yín mù movie screen  
 pāi xì to shoot a movie  
 kāi yǎn (of a play, movie etc) to begin
 dàng qī movie theater schedule  
 kāi yìng to start showing a movie  
 jīng sǒng horror (movie) / thriller  
 luǒ xì nude scene (in a movie)  
 shè yǐng to take a photograph / photography / to shoot (a movie)
 jù zhōng The End (appearing at the end of a movie etc)
 dào xù to flash back / flashback (in a novel, movie etc)  
 shì yìng preview (of a movie) / trial screening  
A片 A piàn adult movie / pornography  
 xuán niàn suspense in a movie, play etc / concern for sb's welfare
 yǐng picture / image / film / movie / photograph / reflection / shadow / trace
 hòu gǎn afterthought / reflection after an event / a review (of a movie etc)  
 zāi nàn piàn disaster movie  
 mài zuò (of a movie, show etc) to attract large audiences  
 jìng tóu camera lens / camera shot (in a movie etc) / scene
 jù běn script for play, opera, movie etc / screenplay / scenario
 chǎng cì the number of showings of a movie, play etc / screening / performance  
 qiāng bǎn amateur pirated DVD, made e.g. by shooting a running movie  
 dòng màn cartoons and comics / animes and mangas / cartoon (animated movie) / anime  
 Chén Kǎi gē Chen Kaige (1952-), Chinese movie director  
 piàn tóu opening titles (of movie) / leader (blank film at the beginning and end of a reel)  
 diàn yǐng movie / film / CL:部 / [bu4],片 / [pian4],幕 / [mu4],場 / |场 / [chang3]
 shàng yǎn to screen (a movie) / to stage (a play) / a screening / a staging
 shè yǐng jī camera / movie camera
 kuān yǐng piàn wide-screen movie  
 yǐng jù yuàn cinema / movie theater
 Xú Kè Tsui Hark (1951-), Chinese movie director and producer  
 yǐng mí film enthusiast / movie fan / CL:個 / |个 / [ge4]  
 dòng zuò piàn action movie / CL:部 / [bu4]  
 zuì jiā optimum / optimal / peak / best (athlete, movie etc)
 diàn yǐng yǎn yuán movie star  
 Jiāng Wén Jiang Wen (1963-), sixth generation Chinese movie director  
 zhǔ yǎn to act the leading role (in a movie or a play) / to star / lead actor  
 sān jí piàn third category movie (containing sexual or violent content)  
 tóu pāi to start shooting (a film) / to invest in (a movie) / to put (sth) up for auction  
 Jī xiè Zhàn jǐng RoboCop (movie)  
 yǐng piàn film / movie / CL:部 / [bu4]
 A1 fán dá Avatar (movie)  
 Lā dùn Rodan (Japanese ラ / / / Radon), Japanese movie monster  
 diàn yǐng yuàn cinema / movie theater / CL:家 / [jia1],座 / [zuo4]
 Hēi zé Míng Kurosawa Akira (1910-1998) Japanese movie director  
 dà piàn wide expanse / large area / vast stretch / extending widely / blockbuster movie  
 fàng yìng to show (a movie) / to screen
 píng mù screen (TV, computer or movie)  
 shàng yìng to show (a movie) / to screen
 gōng yìng public screening (of a movie)
 yǐng yuàn cinema / movie theater
 Xià Yǎn Xia Yan (1900-1995), Chinese writer, playwright, socialist critic and movie pioneer  
 Zhuó bié lín Charlie Chaplin (1899-1977), English movie actor and director  
 Chūn cán Silkworms in Spring (1933), Chinese silent movie in socialist realist style, based on novel by Mao Dun 茅 / / [Mao2 Dun4]  
 kuān yín mù diàn yǐng wide-screen movie  
 Mó gōng Chuán qí The Name of the Rose, 1986 movie based on the novel by Umberto Eco  
 piān míng movie title  
 mò piàn silent movie
 A piàn adult movie / pornography  
 dǎo guó dòng zuò piàn euphemism for Japanese porn movie  
 piàn zhōng in the movie  
 Yīn yuè zhī shēng The Sound of Music, Broadway musical (1959) and Academy Award-winning movie (1965)  

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