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photo
American English: /ˈfoʊdoʊ/
British English: /ˈfəʊtəʊ/

Translation of photo in Spanish:

noun plural -tos

  • [colloquial] to take a photo
    sacar or tomar or (in Spain also) hacer una foto
    Example sentences
    • He asked residents to send in any photos, slides or images of the area from bygone days.
    • A few days before this, a man came to the studio with a photo of his wife and asked to have the picture tattooed on his arm.
    • I have no intention of making contact or sending photos and I have no interest in having any back.
    Example sentences
    • Unfortunately for them, it was a photo for fourth place.
    • It was a photo for place and she took third.

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