Definition of ghosting
: a faint double image on a television screen; also : the formation of such images
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Not to be confused with ghosting, although, there are some similarities.
A four-channel scanner’s also in place to minimize motion blur and ghosting.
Instead of buzzwords like disruption and market share, the agenda items for that day’s meeting included ghosting (ceasing contact with a romantic partner without an explanation), shirtless selfies and unsolicited photos of male genitalia.
Colors are sharp and vivid, and there’s no ghosting or light leaks around the edges.
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