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Unit 3 Movies

stand in to replace, fill in for someone (verb)
use extreme caution to be very careful (verb)
long in advance a long time before, done very early (adverb)
meticulous detailed; very careful about details (adjective)
overview a general idea, summary, big picture, gist, highlights, main points (noun)
generated made, produced, created (verb-past, adjective)
attracted to drawn to, interested in (verb-past)
behind the scenes not visible or publicly seen, hidden, in the background, behind the stage (adverb, place)
parts roles or positions in a movie (noun-plural)
shoot to film a movie (verb, noun)
background part of the scenery in the back, but not the main focus (noun)
origins starting point for ideas; where things first came from ( noun-plural)
stability not changing, permanence (noun)
fanatic very enthusiastic/excited about something (noun, adjective)
terrify to scare or frighten, make afraid (verb)
shrug to raise your shoulders to show you don't know something (verb, noun)
intuitive able to know or figure something out with thinking much about it (adjective)
Created by: jkirsch