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slideshow

or slide show

[ slahyd-shoh ]
/ ˈslaɪdˌʃoʊ /
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noun

a presentation of photographic slides, or images on a transparent base, placed in a projector and viewed sequentially on a screen.
a presentation of digital images, sometimes with text, viewed in progression on a screen.

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Origin of slideshow

First recorded in 1955–60; slide + show
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British Dictionary definitions for slideshow

slide show

noun

a display of photographic transparencies using a slide projector
any display in the form of a series of static images, such as on a computer screen

adjective

(prenominal) presented as a series of static imagesslide-show presentation
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