Definitions

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  • proper noun A certain brand of photographic film.

Etymologies

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A trademark; apparently from Kodak + -chrome.

Examples

  • All the formations constantly change from one brilliant hue to the next as the sun moves through the sky - hence the name Kodachrome, borrowed with permission from Kodak.

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  • Fearing repercussions from the Kodak film company for using the name Kodachrome, the name was changed to Chimney Rock State Park; however, within a few years Kodak gave permission to rename the park Kodachrome Basin State Park.

    Intelligent Travel Blog

  • Fearing repercussions from the Kodak film company for using the name Kodachrome, the name was changed to Chimney Rock State Park; however, within a few years Kodak gave permission to rename the park Kodachrome Basin State Park.

    Intelligent Travel Blog

  • All the formations constantly change from one brilliant hue to the next as the sun moves through the sky - hence the name Kodachrome, borrowed with permission from Kodak.

    Lead Stories from AOL

  • The iconic Kodachrome color film-immortalized when Paul Simon sang about it in "Kodachrome" - is ending its 74-year run.

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  • The iconic Kodachrome color film-immortalized when Paul Simon sang about it in "Kodachrome" - is ending its 74-year run.

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  • The iconic Kodachrome color film-immortalized when Paul Simon sang about it in "Kodachrome" - is ending its 74-year run.

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  • The iconic Kodachrome color film-immortalized when Paul Simon sang about it in "Kodachrome" - is ending its 74-year run.

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  • The iconic Kodachrome color film-immortalized when Paul Simon sang about it in "Kodachrome" - is ending its 74-year run.

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  • The iconic Kodachrome color film-immortalized when Paul Simon sang about it in "Kodachrome" - is ending its 74-year run.

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