Entries linking to audiovisual
early 15c., "pertaining to the faculty of sight;" also "coming from the eye or sight" (as a beam of light was thought to do), from Late Latin visualis "of sight," from Latin visus "a sight, a looking; power of sight; things seen, appearance," from visus, past participle of videre "to see" (see vision). Meaning "perceptible by sight" is from late 15c; sense of "relating to vision" is first attested c. 1600. The noun meaning "photographic film or other visual display" is first recorded 1944.
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Definitions of audiovisual
materials using sight or sound to present information;
language tapes and videocassettes and other audiovisuals
Synonyms: audiovisual aid
involving both hearing and seeing (usually relating to teaching aids);
the school's audiovisual department