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 (fō′tō) Informal
n. pl. pho·tos
A photograph.
tr. & intr.v. pho·toed, pho·to·ing, pho·tos
To photograph or take photographs.
References in classic literature ?
The Curator brought out a huge book of photos and showed him that very place, perched on its crag, overlooking the gigantic valley of many-hued strata.
It's your two corpses that will get taken in that photo, if you ain't quick.
The photographer thought we ought to take a dozen copies each, seeing that the photo was about nine-tenths us, but we declined.
I've seen your photo in the papers many a time, and I've a good memory for faces.
Ptitsin told me all about it; and the photo was lying under the table, and I picked it up.