media Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “media” in the English Dictionary

"media" in British English

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uk   us   /ˈmiː.di.ə/

media noun (NEWSPAPERS)

the media B2 [S, + sing/pl verb]
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the internet, ​newspapers, ​magazines, ​television, etc., ​considered as a ​group: the local/​national media media attention/​coverage/​hype/​reports The ​issue has been much ​discussed in the media.
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media noun (MEDIUM)

plural of medium noun
(Definition of media from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"media" in American English

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mediaplural noun

 us   /ˈmid·i·ə/

media plural noun (NEWSPAPERS)

newspapers, ​magazines, ​television, and ​radio, ​considered as a ​group: the ​news media There was a ​tremendousamount of media ​coverage of the ​funeral of Princess Diana.


 us   /ˈmid·i·ə/

media (MEDIUM)

pl of medium
(Definition of media from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"media" in Business English

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uk   us   /ˈmiːdiə/ COMMUNICATIONS
the media [U + singular or plural verb] newspapers, ​magazines, radio, ​television, and the ​internet considered as a ​group: The ​issue has been much discussed in the media.the local/national media I ​think we have been ​unfairlytargeted by the ​national media.broadcasting/digital/print media Individual ​print media ​organizations have the ​power to decide which ​advertisements they want to ​ attention/coverage/hype The ​scandal received much media ​attention. a media ​group/​company/​empire
plural of medium noun
(Definition of media from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “media”
in Spanish medios de comunicación, materiales…
in Vietnamese phương tiện truyền thông đại chúng, môi trường…
in Malaysian media…
in Thai สื่อมวลชน, สื่อ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 报纸…
in Indonesian media…
in Chinese (Traditional) 報紙…
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