Definition of audiovisual
1 : designed to aid in learning or teaching by making use of both hearing and sight
2 : of or relating to both hearing and sight
Examples of audiovisual in a Sentence
The school will buy new audiovisual equipment.
Recent Examples of audiovisual from the Web
In 2010, the government established tax credits for productions costing at least $500,000 and exemptions on such things as import duties for audiovisual equipment.
As for specific concerns, the audiovisual content providers — Netflix, Viacom, etc. — express worry about being put into a disadvantageous position when video works with incorporated music land in their hands.
As for specific concerns, the audiovisual content providers — Netflix, Viacom, etc.
Jonas triumphed at the 2015 Venice Biennale with an audiovisual ghost story, based on accounts collected in Nova Scotia.
Breaking that total down, audiovisual collections (income from TV and radio stations) brought in €322 million.
Any dissemination of the recordings and underlying music compositions, or fixation of the same in any audiovisual work or otherwise, is unauthorized and in violation of the Estate’s rights to the master recordings and musical compositions.
The little audiovisual spectacle measures less than a quarter of an inch long.
Since then, archivists have gathered artifacts of historic importance, including hundreds of millions of textual, electronic, and audiovisual records, and tens of thousands of presidential gifts.
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First Known Use of audiovisual
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Definition of audiovisual for Students
: of, relating to, or using both sound and sight audiovisual teaching aids
Medical Definition of audiovisual
: of, relating to, or involving both hearing and sight
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