picture-in-picture


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picture-in-picture

n
(Broadcasting) television computing a feature of some television receivers and similar devices in which one programme is displayed on the full TV screen at the same time as one or more other programmes are displayed in inset windows
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picture-in-picture

[ˌpɪktʃərɪnˈpɪktʃəʳ] N (TV, Comput) → imagen f dentro de la imagen
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