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(Definition of multimedia from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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multimedianoun [U]

 us   /ˌmʌl·tiˈmid·i·ə, ˌmʌl·tɑɪ-/
a ​combination of ​pictures, ​sound, and words, used esp. in ​computers or ​entertainment: a multimedia ​production
(Definition of multimedia from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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multimediaadjective [before noun]

(also multi-media) uk   us   /ˌmʌltiˈmiːdiə/ IT, COMMUNICATIONS
communicating or sharing ​information in the ​form of ​sound, pictures, and ​video as well as ​text: Multimedia ​content now ​forms an ​integralpart of ​mobilephoneservices. multimedia ​software/​technology/​services multimedia ​files/​applications/​packages a multimedia ​presentation/​production/​project
a multimedia ​industry or ​activity uses different ​types of ​media, such as ​computers, ​television, and ​newspapers, in ​order to ​sell or ​presentinformation: a multimedia ​advertising/​marketingcampaign

multimedianoun [U]

(also multi-media) uk   us   /ˌmʌltiˈmiːdiə/ IT, COMMUNICATIONS
the use of many different ​types of media to communicate and ​shareinformation, especially using ​computers as well as traditional ​media: The ​development of ​consumerelectronics was ​influenced by the ​growing popularity of ​informationtechnology and multi-media. She is ​associatecreativedirector of multimedia at a ​broadcastingcompany.
(Definition of multimedia from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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