a cathode-ray tube with a fluorescent screen on which an image is reproduced by a directed beam of electrons.
the motion-picture record of a television program.
verb (used with object), kin·e·scoped, kin·e·scop·ing.
to record (a program) on motion-picture film, using a kinescope.
Origin of kinescope
First recorded in 1930–35; formerly trademark
Also called kine (for defs 1, 2).
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