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Translation of "photograph" - English-Spanish dictionary

photograph

noun /ˈfəutəɡraːf/
(abbreviation photo /ˈfoutou/) a picture taken by a camera, using the action of light on film or plates covered with certain chemicals fotografía I took a lot of photographs during my holiday. photographer /fəˈtoɡrəfə/ noun fotógrafo He is a professional photographer. photographic /-ˈɡrӕ-/ adjective of photographs or photography fotográfico a photographic record of his journey. photography /fəˈtoɡrəfi/ noun the act of taking photographs fotografía wedding photography He’s very keen on photography.
Translations of “photograph”
in Arabic صورة…
in Korean 사진…
in Malaysian gambar foto…
in French photographie…
in Turkish fotoğraf…
in Italian fotografia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 照片,相片…
in Russian фотография…
in Polish zdjęcie, fotografia…
in Vietnamese bức ảnh…
in Portuguese fotografia, foto…
in Thai ภาพถ่าย…
in German die Fotografie…
in Catalan fotografia…
in Japanese 写真…
in Indonesian foto…
in Chinese (Simplified) 照片,像片…
(Definition of photograph from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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