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meaning that is not obvious. Subtext is revealed by 'reading between the lines'. Subtext can be subtle (well hidden) or fairly obvious. Subtexts can also be important or trivial, e.g. if every bad person in a film is a smoker and every good person is a non-smoker, then the subtext is that smokers are bad people.
a shot that shows a scene (such as a landscape or buildings) from a distance, with no particular...
a new word, often invented to explain a new technology, e.g. They say that shale gas will be...