photograph


photograph
I
n.

1) to take a photograph

2) to develop; touch up a photograph

3) to blow up, enlarge a photograph

4) to mount a photograph

5) an aerial; family; group; still photograph

6) (misc.) to pose for a photograph

II

v. (P; intr.) she photographs well

* * *
['fəʊtəgrɑːf]
enlarge a photograph
still photograph
touch up a photograph
(P; intr.) she photographs well
(misc.) to pose for a photograph
an aerial
to blow up
to develop
to mount a photograph
to take a photograph

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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