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audiovisual

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Education
audiovisualau‧di‧o‧vis‧u‧al /ˌɔːdiəʊˈvɪʒuəl◂ $ ˌɒːdioʊ-/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 SEinvolving the use of recorded pictures and sound 🔊 the use of audiovisual materials in the classroom
Examples from the Corpus
audiovisualThe database of approximately 180 references include audiovisual and print materials held in the school library.This includes such things as computer-assisted instruction, teaching machines, programs, television, and other audiovisual devices.audiovisual equipmentThere is also an audiovisual language laboratory and facilities for receiving and recording satellite transmissions and for videoconferencing.Users rightly expect the same standard of packaging as is found with other resources such as books and audiovisual material.The federal law allows only libraries or archives to tape an audiovisual news program.Exhibition and audiovisual presentation about the house.In particular, the Czechoslovakian agreement carries a cultural clause which covers conservation, training and special events alongside the audiovisual sector.
From Longman Business Dictionaryaudiovisualau‧di‧o‧vi‧su‧al /ˌɔːdiəˈ vɪʒuəlˌɒːdioʊ-/ (also audio-visual) adjective involving the use of recorded pictures and soundThere is lots of scope for livening up your presentation with audiovisual aids.Don’t forget to check out the venue’s audio-visual equipment.
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