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high-definition

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Technology, Computers
high-definitionˌhigh-defiˈnition adjective [only before noun]  TCLEAR/EASY TO SEEa high-definition television or computer shows images very clearly
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high-definitionTrilobites were the first creatures on earth to develop high-definition eyes.Only the people seemed distinct, each individual carved out in the lemon-whiteness like moving, high-definition sculptures.The day-long seminars will be broadcast through high-definition television on to large theater screens in 20 cities.The first high-definition televisions are targeted for sale by late 1998, Taylor said.
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