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multimedia

adjective /(British ) ˌmaltiˈmiːdiə; (American) ˌmaltiːˈmiːdiːə, ˌmaltaiˈmiːdiːə/
(computing) using a combination of sound, pictures, and video to present information on a computer screen
multimedia
multimedia software.
(in art and education) using different methods and materials to present information or to express something
multimedia
a multimedia presentation.
(Definition of multimedia from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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