Definition of pixelated
of an image
: displayed in such a manner that individual pixels are discernible
Recent Examples of pixelated from the Web
The moment, captured in a pixelated photo by a member of Russia’s delegation, seemed to perfectly capture the scope of the first daughter’s expansive influence in Trump’s administration.
But the pixelated graphics of VR back then didn’t look very convincing.
Click, and the pixelated visions of Kobe shooting a fadeaway over Jordan stream past like a pleasant daydream, a Valhalla of sports nonsense.
Posts that were once meant as romantic gestures became tiny, pixelated middle fingers.
Augmented reality is nascent — people can add simple flourishes on top of their photos or videos, like sticking a pixelated blue beard on a selfie or adding puppy stickers to a photo of the front yard of their house.
Twitter Facebook − + Joe Kyle L • 2 months ago Who can tell his ethnicity from that pixelated mess.
Jet jockeys will watch Marines defend perimeters on the pixelated landscape far below.
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Origin and Etymology of pixelated
pixel + -ated (after pixilated)
First Known Use: 1982See Words from the same year
PIXELATED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pixelated for English Language Learners
of an image on a computer or television screen : made up of a small number of large pixels that produce a picture which is not clear or sharp
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