verb (used with or without object), cin·e·ma·tized, cin·e·ma·tiz·ing.
to adapt (a novel, play, etc.) for motion pictures.
Chiefly British. cinematograph(def 3).
Also especially British, cin·e·ma·tise.
Origin of cinematize
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Related Words for cinematizeshoot, print, illustrate, reproduce, capture, picture, turn, get, lens, record, mug, snapshot, film, snap, copy, roll, take, photo, Photostat, microfilm
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Contemporary Examples of cinematize
It may be impossible to cinematize Fitzgerald, but dramatizing his vision would do.The Great Gatsby: Book Versus Movie
May 10, 2013