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vid·e·o·con·fer·ence

 (vĭd′ē-ō-kŏn′fər-əns, -frəns)
n.
A conference occurring in two or more locations in which the participants communicate by using video equipment, with the content often transmitted by a computer network or over the internet.

vid′e·o·con′fer·enc·ing n.

videoconference

(ˈvɪdɪəʊˌkɒnfərəns)
n
a conference in which participants in distant locations to take part by means of electronic sound and video communication

vid•e•o•con•fer•ence

(ˈvɪd i oʊˌkɒn fər əns, -frəns)

n.
a teleconference conducted via television equipment.
[1970–75]
Translations
videokonferencia
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