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photographic

[ foh-tuh-graf-ik ]
/ 藢fo蕣 t蓹藞gr忙f 瑟k /
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adjective
of or relating to photography.
used in, or produced by means of, photography: photographic equipment; the photographic coverage of a newspaper.
suggestive of a photograph; extremely realistic and detailed: photographic accuracy.
remembering, reproducing, or functioning with the precision of a photograph: a photographic memory.
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Origin of photographic

First recorded in 1839; photograph + -ic

OTHER WORDS FROM photographic

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British Dictionary definitions for photographic

photographic
/ (藢f蓹蕣t蓹藞伞r忙f瑟k) /

adjective
of or relating to photographya photographic society; photographic materials
like a photograph in accuracy or detail
(of a person's memory) able to retain facts, appearances, etc, in precise detail, often after only a very short view of or exposure to them

Derived forms of photographic

photographically, adverb
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