Definition of photograph noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

  

photograph

 noun
noun
NAmE//ˈfoʊt̮əˌɡræf//
 
(also photo)
 
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 a picture that is made by using a camera aerial/satellite photographs color photographs His photograph appeared in the local paper. Please enclose a recent passport-sized photograph of yourself. I spent the day taking photographs of the city. Thesaurusphotographpicture photo shot snapshot printThese are all words for a picture that has been made using a camera.photograph a picture that has been made using a camera:a photograph of the house Can I take a photograph?picture a photograph:We had our picture taken in front of the hotel.photo a photograph:a passport photophotograph, picture, or photo?Photograph is slightly more formal and photo is slightly less formal. Picture is used especially in the context of photographs in newspapers, magazines, and books.shot a photograph:I tried to get a shot of him in the water. Shot often places more emphasis on the process of taking the photograph than on the finished picture.snapshot an informal photograph that is taken quickly, and not by a professional photographer:holiday snapshotsprint a copy of a photograph that is produced from film or from a digital camera:a set of printsPatterns a color photograph/picture/photo/snapshot/print to take a photograph/picture/photo/shot/snapshot
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