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pho·to·graph

 (fō′tə-grăf′)
n.
An image, especially a positive print, recorded by exposing a photosensitive surface to light, especially in a camera.
v. pho·to·graphed, pho·to·graph·ing, pho·to·graphs
v.tr.
To take a photograph of.
v.intr.
1. To practice photography.
2. To be the subject for photographs: She photographs well.

pho′to·graph′a·ble adj.
pho·tog′ra·pher (fə-tŏg′rə-fər) n.

photograph

(ˈfəʊtəˌɡrɑːf; -ˌɡræf)
n
(Photography) an image of an object, person, scene, etc, in the form of a print or slide recorded by a camera on photosensitive material. Often shortened to: photo
vb
(Photography) to take a photograph of (an object, person, scene, etc)

pho•to•graph

(ˈfoʊ təˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf)

n.
1. a picture produced by photography.
v.t.
2. to take a photograph of.
v.i.
3. to practice photography.
4. to be photographed; be the subject of a photograph, esp. in some specified way: The children photographed well.
[1839]
pho′to•graph`a•ble, adj.

photograph


Past participle: photographed
Gerund: photographing

Imperative
photograph
photograph
Present
I photograph
you photograph
he/she/it photographs
we photograph
you photograph
they photograph
Preterite
I photographed
you photographed
he/she/it photographed
we photographed
you photographed
they photographed
Present Continuous
I am photographing
you are photographing
he/she/it is photographing
we are photographing
you are photographing
they are photographing
Present Perfect
I have photographed
you have photographed
he/she/it has photographed
we have photographed
you have photographed
they have photographed
Past Continuous
I was photographing
you were photographing
he/she/it was photographing
we were photographing
you were photographing
they were photographing
Past Perfect
I had photographed
you had photographed
he/she/it had photographed
we had photographed
you had photographed
they had photographed
Future
I will photograph
you will photograph
he/she/it will photograph
we will photograph
you will photograph
they will photograph
Future Perfect
I will have photographed
you will have photographed
he/she/it will have photographed
we will have photographed
you will have photographed
they will have photographed
Future Continuous
I will be photographing
you will be photographing
he/she/it will be photographing
we will be photographing
you will be photographing
they will be photographing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been photographing
you have been photographing
he/she/it has been photographing
we have been photographing
you have been photographing
they have been photographing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been photographing
you will have been photographing
he/she/it will have been photographing
we will have been photographing
you will have been photographing
they will have been photographing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been photographing
you had been photographing
he/she/it had been photographing
we had been photographing
you had been photographing
they had been photographing
Conditional
I would photograph
you would photograph
he/she/it would photograph
we would photograph
you would photograph
they would photograph
Past Conditional
I would have photographed
you would have photographed
he/she/it would have photographed
we would have photographed
you would have photographed
they would have photographed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.photograph - a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slidephotograph - a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
beefcake - a photograph of a muscular man in minimal attire
black and white, monochrome - a black-and-white photograph or slide
blueprint - photographic print of plans or technical drawings etc.
cheesecake - a photograph of an attractive woman in minimal attire
closeup - a photograph taken at close range
daguerreotype - a photograph made by an early photographic process; the image was produced on a silver plate sensitized to iodine and developed in mercury vapor
blowup, enlargement, magnification - a photographic print that has been enlarged
frame - a single one of a series of still transparent pictures forming a cinema, television or video film
glossy - a photograph that is printed on smooth shiny paper
headshot - a photograph of a person's head
hologram, holograph - the intermediate photograph (or photographic record) that contains information for reproducing a three-dimensional image by holography
longshot - a photograph taken from a distance
microdot - photograph reduced to the size of a dot (usually for purposes of security)
arial mosaic, photomosaic, mosaic - arrangement of aerial photographs forming a composite picture
mug shot, mugshot - a photograph of someone's face (especially one made for police records)
photocopy - a photographic copy of written or printed or graphic work
photographic print, print - a printed picture produced from a photographic negative
photomicrograph - a photograph taken with the help of a microscope
radiograph, shadowgraph, skiagram, skiagraph, radiogram - a photographic image produced on a radiosensitive surface by radiation other than visible light (especially by X-rays or gamma rays)
representation - a creation that is a visual or tangible rendering of someone or something
snapshot, snap, shot - an informal photograph; usually made with a small hand-held camera; "my snapshots haven't been developed yet"; "he tried to get unposed shots of his friends"
spectrogram, spectrograph - a photographic record of a spectrum
stereoscopic photograph, stereoscopic picture, stereo - two photographs taken from slightly different angles that appear three-dimensional when viewed together
still - a static photograph (especially one taken from a movie and used for advertising purposes); "he wanted some stills for a magazine ad"
telephoto, telephotograph - a photograph made with a telephoto lens
telephotograph - a photograph transmitted and reproduced over a distance
time exposure - a photograph produced with a relatively long exposure time
vignette - a photograph whose edges shade off gradually
wedding picture - photographs of bride and groom and their friends taken at their wedding
scene, shot - a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film
Verb1.photograph - record on photographic film; "I photographed the scene of the accident"; "She snapped a picture of the President"
photography, picture taking - the act of taking and printing photographs
record, enter, put down - make a record of; set down in permanent form
film, shoot, take - make a film or photograph of something; "take a scene"; "shoot a movie"
retake - photograph again; "Please retake that scene"
x-ray - take an x-ray of something or somebody; "The doctor x-rayed my chest"
2.photograph - undergo being photographed in a certain way; "Children photograph well"

photograph

noun
1. picture, photo (informal), shot, image, print, slide, snap (informal), snapshot, transparency, likeness He wants to take some photographs of the house.
verb
1. take a picture of, record, film, shoot, snap (informal), take (someone's) picture, capture on film, get a shot of I hate being photographed.
Translations
fotografiefotografovatfotit
fotograferefotografibilledefoto
valokuvavalokuvataottaa valokuva
fotografijafotografirati
fényképezfotófotózikfénykép
ljósmyndljósmynda
写真撮影する
사진사진을 찍다
fotografasfotografijafotografinisfotografuoti
fotografētfotogrāfija
fotografiafotografiepoză
fotkafotografiafotografovať
fotografiratifotografija
slika
fotograferafotografikortfoto
ถ่ายภาพภาพถ่าย
фотографіяфотографувати
ảnhchụp ảnh

photograph

[ˈfəʊtəgræf]
A. Nfotografía f, foto f
it's a very good photograph of heres una fotografía muy buena de ella
to take a photograph (of sth/sb)hacer or (esp LAm) sacar una foto (a algo/algn)
he takes a good photograph (= is photogenic) → es fotogénico, sale bien en las fotos
see also aerial C
see also black A1
see also passport B
B. VTfotografiar, hacer or (esp LAm) sacar una foto(grafía) a
I hate being photographedodio que me hagan fotos
"photographed by Paul Smith""fotografía de Paul Smith"
C. VI to photograph wellser fotogénico
D. CPD photograph album Nálbum m de fotos

photograph

[ˈfəʊtəgrɑːf]
nphotographie f, photo f
to take a photograph of sb/sth → prendre qn/qch en photo, prendre une photo de qn/qch
Can you take a photograph of that building for me? → Tu peux prendre une photo de ce bâtiment pour moi?, Tu peux prendre ce bâtiment en photo pour moi?
to take some photographs of sb/sth → prendre quelques photos or des photos de qch/qn
I took some photographs of the children before we left → J'ai pris quelques photos des enfants avant que nous ne partions.
vtphotographierElle a photographié les enfants.
to be photographed → être pris en photo, être photographié
I hate being photographed → Je déteste être pris en photo or être photographié.photograph album nalbum m de photos

photograph

nFotografie f, → Aufnahme f; to take a photograph (of somebody/something)(jdn/etw) fotografieren, eine Aufnahme or ein Bild (von jdm/etw) machen; she takes a good photograph (= is photogenic)sie ist fotogen; this camera takes good photographsdiese Kamera macht gute Aufnahmen or Bilder or Fotos; photograph albumFotoalbum nt
vtfotografieren, knipsen (inf); “photographed by John Mayne”Foto/Fotos: John Mayne“
vi to photograph wellsich gut fotografieren lassen; she doesn’t photograph wellsie ist nicht sehr fotogen

photograph

[ˈfəʊtəˌgræf]
1. nfotografia
to take a photograph of sb → fare una fotografia a or fotografare qn
to take a photograph of sth → fotografare qc
2. vtfotografare

photograph

(ˈfəutəgraːf) noun
(abbreviation photo (ˈfoutou) ) a picture taken by a camera, using the action of light on film or plates covered with certain chemicals. I took a lot of photographs during my holiday.
verb
to take a photograph or photographs of (a person, thing etc). He spends all his time photographing old buildings.
photographer (fəˈtogrəfə) noun
He is a professional photographer.
ˌphotoˈgraphic (-ˈgrӕ-) adjective
of photographs or photography. a photographic record of his journey.
photography (fəˈtogrəfi) noun
the act of taking photographs. He's very keen on photography.

photograph

صُورَةٌ فُوتُوغْرَافِيَةٌ, يُصَوِّرُ فُوتُوغْرَافِيَا fotit, fotografie fotografere, fotografi Fotografie, fotografieren φωτογραφία, φωτογραφίζω fotografía, fotografiar ottaa valokuva, valokuva photographie, photographier fotografija, fotografirati fotografare, fotografia 写真, 撮影する 사진, 사진을 찍다 foto, fotograferen fotografere, fotografi fotografia, sfotografować fotografar, fotografia фотографировать, фотография fotografera, fotografi ถ่ายภาพ, ภาพถ่าย fotoğraf, fotoğrafını çekmek ảnh, chụp ảnh 拍照, 照片
References in classic literature ?
Over the bookcase hung a photograph of the Tragic Theatre at Pompeii, which he had given me from his collection.
In the presence of others she expressed admiration for his exalted gifts, as she handed the photograph around and dwelt upon the fidelity of the likeness.
It was my purpose to draw this photograph all by myself
One sits by one's self, it is true, but one thinks; one opens one's favorite book and reads one's favorite story; one speaks to one's aunt or one's brother, fondles one's cat, or looks at one's photograph album.
With a list of her month's reading and a photograph, a man ought to be able to make up his mind about any given woman, even though he has never spoken to her.
The common workman who sacrificed sixpence from his week's wages for a cheap photograph to present to his sweet.
There were letters and papers and cuttings from old newspapers, and among other things the photograph of a little girl upon the back of which was pasted a cutting from a Paris daily--a cutting that she could not read, yellowed and dimmed by age and handling--but something about the photograph of the little girl which was also reproduced in the newspaper cutting held her attention.
And then he will look across at his daughter's portrait, a photograph, shake his head with an amused appearance, and mix himself another grog by way of consolation.
At first some rash individuals, principally of the gentler sex, espoused his cause, which became still more popular when the Illustrated London News came out with his portrait, copied from a photograph in the Reform Club.
I remember how jubilant Markham was at securing a new photograph of the planet for the illustrated paper he edited in those days.
You have a high spirit, a high standard; but with you it's all natural and unaffected; you don't seem to have stuck your head into a vise, as if you were sitting for the photograph of propriety.
I remember all this as clearly as though a photograph were in my hand.