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visual aid

noun [C]
 
 
MEETINGS, COMMUNICATIONS, GRAPHS & CHARTS
a picture, film, map, etc. designed to help people understand or remember particular information: Is there a selection of visual aids and recruitment material available for use by staff? Beware of using complex visual aids which confuse and distract attention from the message.
Translations of “visual aid”
in Chinese (Traditional) 直觀教具…
in Russian наглядное пособие…
in Turkish görsel araç…
in Chinese (Simplified) 直观教具…
in Polish pomoc dydaktyczna, multimedia…
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