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1photograph

noun pho·to·graph \ˈfō-tə-ˌgraf\

: a picture made by a camera

Full Definition of PHOTOGRAPH

:  a picture or likeness obtained by photography

Examples of PHOTOGRAPH

  1. I always take a lot of photographs when I travel.
  2. <the old photograph was faded but still clear enough to make out>

First Known Use of PHOTOGRAPH

1839

Other Pictures (on film) Terms

daguerreotype, emulsion, fill, sepia, still, stop

2photograph

verb

: to take a photograph of (someone or something)

: to appear in photographs

Full Definition of PHOTOGRAPH

transitive verb
:  to take a photograph of
intransitive verb
1
:  to take a photograph
2
:  to appear as an image in a photograph <an actress who photographs well>

Examples of PHOTOGRAPH

  1. He photographed the women sitting on the bench.
  2. She was photographed in the studio.

First Known Use of PHOTOGRAPH

1839

Related to PHOTOGRAPH

Other Pictures (on film) Terms

daguerreotype, emulsion, fill, sepia, still, stop
PHOTOGRAPH Defined for Kids

1photograph

noun pho·to·graph \ˈfō-tə-ˌgraf\

Definition of PHOTOGRAPH for Kids

:  a picture taken by a camera

2photograph

verb
pho·to·graphedpho·to·graph·ing

Definition of PHOTOGRAPH for Kids

:  to take a picture of with a camera
pho·tog·ra·pher \fə-ˈtä-grə-fər\ noun
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