[Grammar] a photograph taken using X-rays, showing the inside of one's body

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kadioguy

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In a dictionary, it says:

X-ray noun

1. ...
2. a photograph taken using X-rays, showing the inside of one's body
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Does it mean this?

a photograph taken using X-rays, which shows the inside of one's body

'which' means 'a photograph'.

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Yes, it does. However, you cannot exclude the x-rays from the definition because, without them, you would only have a photo of the outside of the body.
 
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