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Meaning of “clip art” in the English Dictionary

"clip art" in British English

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clip artnoun [U]

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smallpictures that are ​stored on ​yourcomputer and can be ​easilyadded to a ​document: The ​sitelinks to about 24 other ​sitesofferingclipart. a ​clipartcollection/​library
(Definition of clip art from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"clip art" in Business English

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clip artnoun [U]

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IT small pictures which are ​stored on your ​computer and can be easily ​added to a ​document: Choose from 600 ​presetimages or ​import your own clip art. a clip-art ​collection/library/​drawing
(Definition of clip art from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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