camera-ready


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cam·er·a-read·y

(kăm′ər-ə-rĕd′ē, kăm′rə-)
adj.
Prepared in such a way as to be appropriate for photographing prior to being made into a printing plate: camera-ready art; camera-ready text copy.

cam′era-read′y



adj.
(of text or illustrations) ready to be photographed.
[1965–70]
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POSE by MyGlamm caters to every urban woman who wants to be camera-ready and look picture-perfect, at any point in the day.
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