close-up

[ klohs-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF close-up

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLOSE-UP

Maybe I don't know one when I get a close-up, same as I did then.

Of course, being still a modest woman, she does this only in the privacy of a close-up.

She made a picture there that Ferriday would have loved in a "close-up."

Merton Gill thrilled with the knowledge that he was beholding his first close-up.

On her face had been no theatric expression which would have warranted a close-up.

No, Tommy, not you—the only close-up I want for this scene is Alma where she gets up.

The close-up expression of the dying matador had been denied them.

Try to get closer to them and let me get a close-up of you giving them a burst.

Sandy's bulging eyes got a full-front, close-up view of the "thing what set."

A close-up of the square, still littered with torn-up paving-stones.

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