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videoconferencingnoun [U]

(also video conferencing) uk   us   /ˈvɪdiəʊˌkɒnfərənsɪŋ/ IT, COMMUNICATIONS
a ​system with ​video cameras ​connected by the ​internet or by a ​specialconnection so that ​people in different ​places can see and communicate with each other, so they do not have to ​travel to ​meetings: The ​notebook comes with a ​built-inwebcam for videoconferencing. videoconferencing camera/​equipment videoconferencing ​software/​system/​technology
videoconference
noun [C] (also video conference)
The ​softwareallowspeople on different ​platforms to ​hold a videoconference.
(Definition of videoconferencing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “videoconferencing”
in Chinese (Simplified) 视频会议, 电视会议…
in Chinese (Traditional) 視頻會議, 電視會議…
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