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tripodnoun [C]

uk   /ˈtraɪ.pɒd/  us   /-pɑːd/
a support with three legs for a piece of equipment such as a camera: For photographs requiring long exposure times, your camera should be mounted on a tripod.
Translations of “tripod”
in Arabic حامِل ذو ثلاثة أرجُل…
in Korean 삼각대…
in Malaysian kaki tiga, tripod…
in French trépied…
in Turkish üç ayaklı fotoğraf makinesi sehpası…
in Italian treppiede…
in Chinese (Traditional) (照相機等的)三腳架…
in Russian штатив, треножник…
in Polish statyw, trójnóg…
in Vietnamese giá ba chân…
in Spanish trípode…
in Portuguese tripé…
in Thai ขาตั้งสามขา…
in German der Dreifuß, das Stativ…
in Catalan trípode…
in Japanese 三脚…
in Indonesian kakitiga…
in Chinese (Simplified) (照相机等的)三脚架…
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