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Princeton's WordNet

  1. high-resolutionadjective

    producing images that are sharp and finely detailed

    "high-resolution photography"; "a high-resolution lens"; "high-resolution television"

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  1. high-resolutionadjective

    Having a high resolution; for example, having a large number of pixels per unit area.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of high-resolution in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of high-resolution in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of high-resolution in a Sentence

  1. Robin Murphy:

    They don't know what to look for. They don't know how to get the data, you've got a lot of high-resolution imagery of people's property and stuff that you're flying over.

  2. Antonio Munoz:

    There's a lot of technology going on in that kit, as part of the default sales kit we provide two base stations that will fully track the user within the room. We provide two fully tracked controllers and then also the HMD that includes a camera, a microphone, super high quality lenses, and also a very high resolution display. So there's actually a lot of technology coming in that kit and we feel actually what we are providing the user is definitely worth every dollar.

  3. Jeffrey Lewis:

    The high-resolution images don't show any evidence of bomb damage.

  4. Laura Weyrich:

    Our study really tied together years of previous research from many different fields, as we're able to describe these different diets in different Neanderthals with very high resolution.

  5. Brad Singer:

    Reversals are generated in the deepest parts of the Earth's interior, but the effects manifest themselves all the way through the Earth and especially at the Earth's surface and in the atmosphere, unless you have a complete, accurate and high-resolution record of what a field reversal really is like at the surface of the Earth, it's difficult to even discuss what the mechanics of generating a reversal are.


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