the mass media Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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the mass medianoun [plural, + sing/pl verb]

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newspapers, ​television, ​radio, and the internet: The ​massmedia has ​become one of the ​maininstruments of ​politicalchange.
(Definition of the mass media from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the mass media”
in Arabic وَسائل الإعلام…
in Korean 미디어…
in Portuguese os meios de comunicação, a mídia…
in Catalan els mitjans de comunicació…
in Japanese マスメディア…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大众传播媒介…
in Turkish kitle iletişim araçları…
in Russian средства массовой информации…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大眾傳播媒介…
in Italian i mass media…
in Polish mass media…
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