photopaper

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photo +‎ paper

NounEdit

photopaper (countable and uncountable, plural photopapers)

  1. Photographic paper; paper coated with light-sensitive chemicals, used for making photographic prints.
    • 2007 October 14, Anne Eisenberg, “When a Greeting Card Becomes a Photo Album”, in New York Times[1]:
      Now online photo services are offering an upgrade to the humble photopaper card — by selling fancy, folded cards that can display as many as 10 digital snapshots on glossy, high-quality paper stock.

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