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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Communications, Media, Computers
multimediamul‧ti‧me‧di‧a /ˌmʌltiˈmiːdiə◂/ adjective [only before noun]  1 involving computers and computer programs that use a mixture of sound, pictures, video, and writing to give information multimedia game programs multimedia equipment2 TCAMusing several different methods of giving information, for example using television, newspapers, books, and computers a multimedia exhibition on nuclear powermultimedia noun [uncountable]
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multimediaThey were friends of his, real estate developers with no expertise whatsoever in media, much less multimedia.The committee also is establishing an Inaugural Channel with up-to-the-minute news and multimedia clips on the inauguration.That's how this season began for Iverson defending the lyrics from his multimedia debut.The multimedia disc takes the art of computer golf to a new level, giving players unprecedented options and flexibility.The virtual tour includes multimedia displays demonstrating how the market works.Sitting at a multimedia keyboard is more than just a typing experience.
From Longman Business Dictionarymultimediamul‧ti‧me‧di‧a /ˌmʌltiˈmiːdiə◂/ adjective1COMPUTING using a mixture of sound, pictures, film, and writing to communicate, educate, or entertainMultimedia computers have attracted a new group of buyers.This laptop can run multimedia games programs.2using several different methods of presenting information or advertising, for example television, newspapers, books, and computersa multimedia public education campaign about the dangers of smokingmultimedia noun [uncountable]Soon all teachers will be using multimedia in the classroom.
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