Spanish Word for photographer  

English Word: photographer

Spanish Word: fotógrafo
The Spanish Word for photographer
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When I grow up I want to be a photographer
Cuando sea grande quiero ser fotografa.
The photographer will accompany the governor in his daily work.
El fotógrafo acompañará al gobernador en sus jornadas.

I ask that the photographer should have his camera taken off him and the pictures confiscated.
Pido que se le quite su cámara y se confisquen las fotografías.
There were no security staff on hand, so I told the photographer that what he was doing was not allowed.
Como no se encontraba presente nadie del servicio de orden, he indicado al fotógrafo que lo que hacía no estaba bien.
In Novosibirsk, photographer Yevgeny Ivanov was accused of 'resisting the authorities' and 'failing to register'.
En Novosibirsk, el fotógrafo Yevgeny Ivanov fue acusado de "resistencia a la autoridad" y de "omisión del deber de registro".
Madam President, may I draw attention to the fact that the photographer is still sitting up there.
Señora Presidenta, permítame informarle de que el fotógrafo continúa sentado allí arriba.
While I do not have a photographer present like Mr Vallvé, I have a serious point to make about violence at football matches.
Aunque yo no tengo a un fotógrafo presente como el Sr. Vallvé, quiero plantear un grave problema sobre la violencia en los partidos de fútbol.
As you know, Mr McMahon, after Mr Collins pointed out what was happening, Parliament's officials ejected the photographer.
Señor McMahon, como usted sabe, después de que el Sr. Collins denunciara este hecho, hubo una intervención de los servicios del Pleno que hicieron salir a este fotógrafo.
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