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hologram

noun [C]     /ˈhɒləɡræm/
a photograph or image that appears to be solid and have depth when light shines on it in a particular wayPhotography
Translations of “hologram”
in Vietnamese tranh ba chiều…
in Spanish holograma…
in Thai ฮอโลแกรม, ภาพสามมิติ…
in Malaysian hologram…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全息圖,全息影像…
in Indonesian hologram…
in Russian голограмма…
in Turkish hologram…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全息图,全息影像…
in Polish hologram…
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