photo / photographnoun

  • ja写真
  • ena picture that is made by using a device that stores images in digital form or that has a film sensitive to light inside it

Examples

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He sent her his photo with a note on the back.
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Oh, this seems personal.
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I feel a little funny reading this.
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Wanna read this instead?
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I am here to witness your true worth.
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This photograph...
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is to be your apology.
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Do you like it?
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It's a photo of everyone in the office.
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This adorbs photo of tiny Holt with a tiny bow tie holding a tiny toy.
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That was his first slide rule.
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Mute
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We're gonna have to lose those huge photos of me.
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- No, I love those. - I know, they're great photos, I know.
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Mute
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Michael, there's an emergency in the warehouse.
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An accident? Is somebody hurt?
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No, it... involves the photograph.
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Oh, god. No, no, no.
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Mute
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What is that photo?
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I did an image search for "dads hugging."
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I didn't have a lotta time to put this board together.
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Mute
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Chrissy Teigen just tweeted this photo with my billboard in the background.
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I took a photo of your faces. Look!
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You guys look so shocked.