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bioscope

[ bahy-uh-skohp ]

noun

  1. an early form of motion-picture projector, used about 1900.


bioscope

/ ˈbaɪəˌskəʊp /

noun

  1. a kind of early film projector
  2. a South African word for cinema


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Word History and Origins

Origin of bioscope1

First recorded in 1895–1900; bio- + -scope
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Example Sentences

As the lights went down for the bioscope, the idea of reconciliation that springs from fat cheery hearts overwhelmed him.

There was a bioscope, of course; there is always a bioscope; we had found one even in the tiny town of Medan, in Sumatra.

So this is the kind of bioscope the master wanted me to see!

Little sir, I see you found the second bioscope to your liking.

An electric light plant was seen here; also bioscope theaters.

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