stop-motion
Noun

stop-motion

  1. (uncountable, photography) An animation technique wherein physical objects are slightly altered and photographed one picture at a time to give an illusion of movement when displayed in sequence.
  2. (countable) A device used for automatically stopping a machine or engine when a fault or error is detected.
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