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webcamnoun [C]

(also web cam, web-cam) uk   us   /ˈwebkæm/ IT, INTERNET
a camera that ​recordsmoving pictures and ​sound, and ​allows these to be ​broadcast on the ​internet as they ​happen: He ​directs his ​business mostly from ​home via ​e-mail and webcam.
(Definition of webcam from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “webcam”
in Arabic كاميرا خاصّة بِالإنْتَرنِت…
in Korean 웹캠…
in Portuguese webcam…
in Catalan càmera web…
in Japanese ウェブカメラ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 网络摄像机…
in Turkish bilgisayar kamerası…
in Russian веб-камера…
in Chinese (Traditional) 網路攝像機…
in Italian webcam…
in Polish kamera internetowa…
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