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the mass media

noun [plural, + sing/pl verb] uk   us  
newspapers, television, radio, and the internet: The mass media has become one of the main instruments of political change.
Translations of “the mass media”
in Korean 미디어…
in Arabic وَسائل الإعلام…
in Portuguese os meios de comunicação, a mídia…
in Catalan els mitjans de comunicació…
in Japanese マスメディア…
in Italian i mass media…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大眾傳播媒介…
in Russian средства массовой информации…
in Turkish kitle iletişim araçları…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大众传播媒介…
in Polish mass media…
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