American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Informal Low-resolution.
“Even the crappy low-res cellphone photo can't hide the fact that we have author copies.”
“Frequently, they just feature her speaking excitedly into what appears to be a low-res webcam.”
“The early fare was a mixture of low-res movie stills and news commentary—this was the autumn when the Red Sox won the World Series and George W. Bush was re-elected.”
“ESRI gives away some low-res, somewhat inconsistent free data, and will sell you apretty comprehensive set of higher quality stuff.”
“Each tile is capable of a low-res, almost dot matrix-like resolution.”
“He tried higher end capture software, Adobe Captivate — he was able to capture a low-res version.”
“It's cool, but I'm assuming it's just saving the pictures in the low-res version that you'd get by right-clicking a Facebook photo.”
“Send them the photo, a few lines of pertinent information, and your preferred theme either the Comic Book Cover, Feats of Superhuman Strength, or Opposites Attract, and they'll hand you full-color, enlarged 11x14 photo print, a high-resolution TIFF, and a low-res jpg for easy emailing or posting on Facebook -- after which you can direct your girlfriend to the "You'd Better Like This" button.”
“(I thought that the resolution of the video file I uploaded didn't matter so much because it would be downgraded to a low-res FLV file on Youtube anyways, but the resolution does matter A LOT, just comparing the quality of this one to his graduation video below.)”
“Coach class is a throttled, slow, low-res dirt road of service.”
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