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Polaroid in Photography topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishPolaroidPo‧lar‧oid /ˈpəʊlərɔɪd $ ˈpoʊ-/ noun [countable] trademark  1 TCPin the past, a camera that used a special film to produce a photograph very quickly2 TCPa photograph taken with a Polaroid camera
Examples from the Corpus
PolaroidFor $ 5, you can get a Polaroid picture of your koala experience.Bread develops slowly under the grill, a Polaroid picture of desert: above it, the air is almost in tears.That staff should grow to 30, he said, and many new employees are likely to be former Polaroid workers.Both films will now be available at the same price per pack from your local Polaroid Professional Dealer.The difference, Hall said, is that Polaroid was able to articulate its strategy for the future.Everyone is enormously excited and Kate and Paul keep the Polaroid snap of the Mango.