[ sin-uh-muh-tek ]
/ ˌsɪn ə məˈtɛk /
a motion-picture theater, often part of a university or private archive, showing experimental or historically important films.
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Also cin·é·ma·thèque [French see-ney-ma-tek] /French si neɪ maˈtɛk/.
Words nearby cinematheque
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Example sentences from the Web for cinematheque
The Cinematheque Francaise had the genius idea to bring over this exhibit.
He returned home to Venice, and the Cinematheque show went on for six months.
British Dictionary definitions for cinematheque
/ (ˌsɪnɪməˈtɛk) /
a small intimate cinema
Word Origin for cinematheque
C20: from French cinémathèque film library, from cinema + (biblio) thèque library
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