Spanish Word for photographic  

English Word: photographic

Spanish Word: fotográfico
The Spanish Word for photographic
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Translated sentences containing 'photographic'
I still haven't gone to the photographic exhibition in that gallery.
Todavía no he asistido a la exposición fotográfica en esa galería.
I work in a photographic laboratory.
Trabajo en un laboratorio de fotografía.

Even in this House we could not hold a photographic exhibition on the atrocities in Chechnya, because we were afraid that the Russians would not like it.
Ni siquiera en esta Cámara pudimos organizar una exposición fotográfica sobre las atrocidades cometidas en Chechenia, por miedo a que los rusos se disgustaran.
I will give you a full file on the case including photographic and medical evidence.
Le entregaré toda una carpeta sobre ese caso, incluida documentación fotográfica y médica.
Photographic evidence of police behaving aggressively towards the protestors has also been published.
Se han dado a conocer además pruebas fotográficas de que la policía actuó agresivamente contra los manifestantes.
As far as other exceptions such as photolithography processes and anti-reflective coating and industrial treatments for photographic film are concerned, the quantities in question are very small.
Por lo que se refiere a otras excepciones, como los procesos de la fotolitografía, el revestimiento antivaho y los tratamientos industriales para la película fotográfica, las cantidades en cuestión son muy pequeñas.
(NL) Mr President, in the square outside our Parliament there is a photographic exhibition on the tar sands in Canada.
(NL) Señor Presidente, en la plaza del exterior del Parlamento hay una exposición fotográfica sobre las arenas bituminosas de Canadá.
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