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montage

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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montagemon‧tage /ˈmɒntɑːʒ $ mɑːnˈtɑːʒ/ noun  1 [uncountable]AV the process of making a whole picture, film, or piece of music or writing by combining parts of different pictures, films etc in an interesting and unusual way2 [countable]AV something made by combining parts of different pictures, films etc in an interesting and unusual waymontage of a montage of flowers a photo montage
Examples from the Corpus
montageIn another life, your team must have been a montage.In short, this film of which I dreamed was not a montage of standard scenes and stock characters.It played these roles thanks to impeccable photographic skills, including montage and front-projection.a photo montageThe proportions alter according to the final placement within the montage.This montage involved a combination of movement which progressed from a short solo performance to interweaving by the sextet.
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