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- adj. Containing both aural and visual elements.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. pertaining to or using audiovisual aids in teaching or exposition.
- n. materials using sight or sound to present information; -- usually used in the plural.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. involving both hearing and seeing (usually relating to teaching aids)
- n. materials using sight or sound to present information
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David Downey, the one-man owner, is terrific and has every kind of audiovisual equipment imaginable.
By including the term "audiovisual" in the definition of "information," audiovisual materials are incorporated into all policies of this Circular.
There was one thing in this movie that prevented it from arising to the same kind of audiovisual heights as e.g. The Return Of The King.
From a 50-year foundation of learning media in the thousands of topics, made in every conceivable "audiovisual" format, digital delivery can now drop any one or any series right in front of each learner, for "see with your own eyes" acceptance and immediate application.
The issue was whether Louisiana could give instructional equipment, such as computers and audiovisual equipment, to parochial schools.
More than half the wealthier school districts had audiovisual production facilities, but only 17 percent of the poorer schools had them.
EU Commissioner for the Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes, who shares the dossier with Mr. Barnier, said Tuesday the EU will issue a draft proposal on distribution of audiovisual works "very soon" with a view to creating a real single market in the sector.
Although the sleek kitchen and homely dining room will remain untouched, Ferran and Juli have already met with architects to draw up plans for an audiovisual room, a library, and a new outdoor space.
Current digital library Europeana has 4.6 million entries covering books, audiovisual works, and others, but only a fraction of works overall, and national participation varies greatly — almost half of the works have come from France.
Different rules regarding the amount of audiovisual material.