SLR

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Initialism of single-lens reflex.

Noun[edit]

SLR (plural SLRs or SLR's)

  1. single-lens reflex camera
    • 2009, Benjamin Obler, Javascotia, London: Penguin Books ISBN 978-0-14-188965-8:
      But to be clear, that’s not to say I’m not a photo-taker. I’m no expert, but I dabble. I got my first manual SLR at sixteen, and learned print-making as an unofficial apprentice to the editor of the high-school paper.
  2. (firearms) self-loading rifle

Adjective[edit]

SLR (not comparable)

  1. Denoting or relating to single-lens reflex cameras.
    • 2012, Robert J. Sawyer, Triggers, Toronto: Viking, ISBN 978-0-670-06576-9:
      And images of other cameras came tot him: old-style TV cameras, motion-picture cameras on cranes, tiny digital cameras, Polaroid cameras, SLR cameras, all of them superimposed.

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French[edit]

Initialism[edit]

SLR

  1. LR; Initialism of système léger sur rail. or système léger sur rails (light rail system)

Related terms[edit]

  • TLR (Transit Léger sur Rail(s) )