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Arabic designating, pertaining to, or in the script used to write the Semitic language of the Arabs, or Persian, Urdu, and other languages. [1/3 definitions]
Aramaic designating or pertaining to the script in which this language was written. [1/3 definitions]
coscript combined form of script.
director a person who is in charge of interpreting the script of a film or play, and who directs the actors. [1/3 definitions]
exit as a direction in a theater or film script, to leave the stage or scene (usu. prec. or fol. by the character's name). [1/7 definitions]
minuscule a script characterized by small, cursive letters. [1/4 definitions]
Phoenician denoting or concerning the script in which this language was written, from which western alphabets derive. [1/4 definitions]
promptbook a script of a play marked with cues and other notes used by the prompter.
scenario a shooting script for the making of a film; screenplay. [1/3 definitions]
screenplay the scenario or script of a motion picture.
screenwriter one who writes or adapts a script for a movie.
script to write a script for or about. [1/5 definitions]
stage direction an instruction written into, or added to, the script of a play, directing actors' movements, scenery arrangement, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
TelePrompTer trademark for a device that provides a written script that is visible to a performer or speaker on television, but not to the audience.