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still life

n. pl. still lifes
1. Representation of usually household objects, such as flowers or food, in painting or photography.
2. A painting, picture, or photograph of such objects.

still′-life′ adj.
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Translations

still-life

[ˌstɪlˈlaɪf] CPD still-life painter Npintor(a) m/f de bodegones
still-life painting Nbodegón m
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