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media1

me·di·a1

media1

 
pronunciation:
mi di
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a pl. of medium.
definition 2: (pl.) newspapers, television, radio, and other means of mass communication collectively (used with a singular or plural verb).
In a dictatorship, the government controls the media.Countless stories about the princess appeared in the media.Climate change is now getting a lot of attention in the media.
 
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medium
Word History
Media comes from a Latin word for "middle."
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  advertise, advertisement
Word Parts
The word media contains the following part:
medi Latin root that means middle
synonyms:
meso-