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high-resolution

[hahy-rez-uh-loo-shuh n] /ˈhaɪˌrɛz əˈlu ʃən/
adjective
1.
having or capable of producing an image characterized by fine detail:
high-resolution photography; high-resolution lens.
2.
Computers. of or pertaining to CRTs, printers, or other output devices that produce images that are sharp and finely detailed rather than blurry and inexact (opposed to low-resolution).
Origin
1945-1950
1945-50
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  • Tomorrow's will be better than paper, with a high-resolution screen that also supports color and video of course.
  • In other cases it is simply the spectacular, high-resolution imagery that tells the story.
  • Lin's team provided high-resolution satellite photography of the area they plan to survey.
  • These weren't eyes that could see the world in high-resolution.
  • But today's technology involves a high-resolution camera and a series of infrared light-emitting diodes.
  • Today, however, a high-resolution tablet screen isn't such a stretch.
  • Scientists will also rely on the high-resolution data to study changes in land elevation and to map various rock formations.
  • Interested parties can submit an application for permission to access high-resolution versions to make poster-size displays.
  • The exception was that the astronauts were unable to restore a high-resolution capability on the survey camera.
  • Click the image above to view a high-resolution version.

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