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high fidelity

noun [U] uk   ( abbreviation hi-fi) us  
the production by electrical equipment of very good quality sound that is as similar as possible to the original sound: a major manufacturer of high-fidelity audio equipment
Translations of “high fidelity”
in Chinese (Traditional) 高度傳真…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高保真度…
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