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[vid-ee-oh-kon-fer-uh ns, -fruh ns] /ˈvɪd i oʊˌkɒn fər əns, -frəns/
a teleconference conducted via television equipment.
Origin of videoconference
1970-75; video + conference Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Training could be done over videoconference and there would be no need to relocate.
  • Anyway, the videoconference for this job is scheduled for the end of this month.
  • My preliminary interview for my current job in a history department was done via videoconference.
  • You'd buy a dress not because it is blue or long but because your videoconference facility or telephone is built into it.
  • So once again a variety of videoconference technologies are being introduced, and once again something seems to have gone wrong.
  • It also frees you from needing a videoconference room with built-in screens and cameras.
  • Some groups communicated via e-mail, some via videoconference and others face to face.
  • The government is still working out details and lining up sites with the necessary videoconference links.

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