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low-resolution

adjective
 
 
( also informal low-res, lo-res)
used to describe a screen or piece of equipment that does not produce a very clear image, or the image itself: Early camera phones only captured low-resolution images that could not compete with photos taken with a real camera. →  Compare high-resolution
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