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video conferencing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvideo conferencingˈvideo ˌconferencing noun [uncountable]  TCBBa system that makes it possible to have meetings with people in different parts of the world by sending pictures and sound electronically
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video conferencingIt should also enable the integration of electronic mail, voice mail and facsimile, as well as desktop audio and video conferencing.In-flight video conferencing will also soon be available.
From Longman Business Dictionaryvideo-conferencingˌvideo-ˈconferencing, video-conferencing noun [uncountable]TELECOMMUNICATIONS a system that allows a lot of people in different places to communicate with each other, using special equipment that can send sound and picturesCorporations use video-conferencing as a low-cost alternative to travelling for meetings.video-conference noun [countable]The device made video-conferences practical though expensive at $1,000 an hour for the lines and $250,000 for a fully equipped room.
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