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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French montage, from the verb monter (put up)

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montage (plural montages)

  1. An art form consisting of putting together or assembling various smaller pictures and/or videos to create a larger work.
    • 2017 July 16, Brandon Nowalk, “Chickens and dragons come home to roost on Game Of Thrones (newbies)”, in The Onion AV Club[1]:
      Unfortunately, nothing much happens in the rest of the episode either. It gets to the point where a montage is devoted to establishing Sam’s monotony at Oldtown.
  2. An analogous literary, musical or other heterogenous artistic composite

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montage (third-person singular simple present montages, present participle montaging, simple past and past participle montaged)

  1. (transitive) To combine or depict into a montage

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DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French montage, from monter (to mount)

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montage c (singular definite montagen, plural indefinite montager)

  1. montage

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French montage, from monter (to mount) (from mont (mount(ain)), from Latin mons (mountain) +‎ -age.

PronunciationEdit

  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: mon‧ta‧ge

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montage f (plural montages, diminutive montagetje n)

  1. An assembly
  2. A montage of images, especially cinema editing

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EtymologyEdit

From monter (to mount) (from mont (mount(ain)), from Latin mons (mountain) +‎ -age.

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montage m (plural montages)

  1. assembly, set-up
  2. (film, television) editing

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