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video telephony

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[ vid-ee-oh tuh-lef-uh-nee ]
/ 藞v瑟d i藢o蕣 t蓹藞l蓻f 蓹 ni /
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noun
a system of telecommunications in which computers and peripheral devices, smartphones, televisions, etc., are employed in the transmission of audio and video signals, allowing two or more people to participate in a real-time conversation from different locations, as in a videoconference or video call.
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Origin of video telephony

First recorded in 1965鈥70; video + telephony
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