moviegoer
noun Date: 1923 filmgoermoviegoing noun, often attrib

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • moviegoer — ☆ moviegoer [mo͞ov′ēgō΄ər ] n. a person who goes to see films, esp. often or regularly moviegoing n. * * * mov·ie·go·er (mo͞oʹvē gō ər) n. One who goes to see movies.   movʹie·go ing adj. & n. * * * …   Universalium

  • moviegoer — ☆ moviegoer [mo͞ov′ēgō΄ər ] n. a person who goes to see films, esp. often or regularly moviegoing n …   English World dictionary

  • moviegoer — UK [ˈmuːvɪˌɡəʊə(r)] / US [ˈmuvɪˌɡoʊr] noun [countable] Word forms moviegoer : singular moviegoer plural moviegoers mainly American someone who watches films at a cinema …   English dictionary

  • moviegoer — [[t]mu͟ːvigoʊə(r)[/t]] moviegoers also movie goer N COUNT A moviegoer is a person who often goes to the cinema. [AM] (in BRIT, usually use cinema goer, film goer) …   English dictionary

  • moviegoer — noun Person who regularly frequents movie theaters. Syn: filmgoer …   Wiktionary

  • moviegoer — mov|ie|go|er [ˈmu:viˌgəuə US ˌgouər] n especially AmE someone who goes to see films at the cinema, especially regularly British Equivalent: cinemagoer …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • moviegoer — mov|ie|go|er [ muvi,gour ] noun count someone who often goes to theaters to see movies …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • moviegoer — muːvɪgəʊə(r) n. one who enjoys going to see films at the cinema frequently …   English contemporary dictionary

  • moviegoer — noun (C) especially AmE someone who goes to see films, especially regularly …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • moviegoer — mov•ie•go•er [[t]ˈmu viˌgoʊ ər[/t]] n. sbz a person who goes to see motion pictures frequently • Etymology: 1920–25 mov′ie•go ing, adj …   From formal English to slang

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