noun bi·pack \ˈbī + ˌ-\

Definition of bipack



  1. :  a pair of films each sensitive to a different color that are used in color photography by simultaneous exposure one through the other usually with the emulsion surfaces in contact — compare tripack

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Origin and Etymology of bipack

1bi- + pack

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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