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Photoshop

Syllabification: Pho·to·shop
Pronunciation: /ˈfōdōˌSHäp
 
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Definition of Photoshop in English:

verb (Photoshops, Photoshopping, Photoshopped)

[with object]
Alter (a photographic image) digitally using Photoshop image-editing software: the pictures have obviously been Photoshopped
More example sentences
  • But I did put in some efforts to photoshop it, so although I failed miserably, I shall still post it up.
  • Garth encouraged me to photoshop them so he was a disembodied head to ‘make it more interesting’.
  • Would you rather I post up photos and do not admit that I photoshop them?

Origin

1990s: from Photoshop, the proprietary name of a software package for the digital editing of photographic images.

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