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photocall

noun [C] uk   /ˈfəʊ.təʊ.kɔːl/ us    /ˈfoʊ.t̬oʊ-/
an occasion when people at a formal event are asked to have their photograph taken together, or when photographers are officially invited to take photographs of a famous person: After the conference, there was the usual photocall for everybody involved.
Translations of “photocall”
in Chinese (Traditional) (名人等在正式場合)接受媒體拍照的時間…
in Chinese (Simplified) (名人等在正式场合)接受媒体拍照的时间…
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