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media /ˈmiːdiə/ noun

Irregular Forms: pl. of {medium}(pl) mediae


واسطه ها ، رسانه های گروهی ، وسایل ، (ت ش). پوشش میانی سرخرگ ، رسانه ها ، واسطه ها ، کامپیوتر: وسیله ها ، روانشناسی: رسانه ها ، بازرگانی: طرق
الکترونیک: رسانه ها ، واسطه ها ، وسیله ها ، کامپیوتر: رسانه های گروهی ، طرق ، بازرگانی: وسایل ، رسانه ها ، روانشناسی(: ت ش ).پوشش میانی سرخرگ ، رسانه ها، واسطه ها کامپیوتر: رسانه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

media S2 W2 AC /ˈmiːdiə/ noun
[Date: 1900-2000; Origin: Plural of medium2]

1. the media all the organizations, such as television, radio, and newspapers, that provide news and information for the public, or the people who do this work:
The scandal was widely reported in the national media.
The role of the news media in forming public opinion is very important.
The 11-day trial generated intense media interest.
A great deal of media hype surrounded the release of the group’s latest CD.
There will be another war somewhere else and the whole international media circus will move on.
GRAMMAR
People sometimes use a singular verb after media but it is better to use a plural verb:
The media were widely distrusted.

2. the plural of mediummass media, multimedia

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

media
noun
ADJ. audio-visual, broadcast, broadcasting, electronic, mass, news, print, visual The event was widely covered by the mass media
foreign, international, local, national | mainstream, official, popular
MEDIA + VERB report sth The local media reported rioting across the country.
MEDIA + NOUN attention, coverage, interest, publicity, reporting There was a lot of media coverage of the wedding.
campaign | report | event Sport has been turned into a series of media events.
blitz, circus, hype The company is anxious to play down the media hype.
spotlight | image She's very different from her media image.
bias | blackout, censorship | freedom | relations | baron, magnate, mogul, person, pundit, tycoon | conglomerate, empire, group, interests, organization, outlet | awareness, studies
PREP. through/via the ~ propaganda through the media
PHRASES access to the media, the role of the media

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

media

the national/local media
The case received enormous publicity in the national media.
the news media
Does the news media have a role in forming public opinion?
the mass media (=television, newspapers etc, which are seen by many people)
The mass media has helped to call attention to environmental issues.
the mainstream/popular media (=television, newspapers etc, that most people are able to see or read)
Few of these events were reported in the mainstream media.
media attention/coverage/interest etc
The tragedy received worldwide media attention.
a media campaign (=when something is deliberately reported or advertised in the media a lot)
a media campaign aimed at reducing drunk driving
a media blitz (=when something is deliberately reported or advertised in the media a lot, in a small amount of time)
The candidate’s media blitz has certainly raised his profile in the election.
media hype (=when the media give something too much attention and try to make it seem more important or better than it really is)
the media hype surrounding the match against France
a media circus (=a disapproving phrase for all the people from the media who report events, and all the attention they give to these events)
There is likely to be a media circus outside the courtroom.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

media
noun
1.
BAD: Television is a very powerful media.
GOOD: Television is a very powerful medium.
BAD: The medias, such as radio and television, tell us what is happening in the world.
GOOD: The media, such as radio and television, tell us what is happening in the world.

Usage Note:
When you are talking about television, radio and newspapers, use medium for singular reference: 'Children learn as much through the medium of television as they do by going to school.'
Use media (WITHOUT -s ) for plural and group reference: 'the mass media', 'the news media'.

2.
DUBIOUS: In January 1990, the international news media was excited because it appeared that Mandela might be released.
GOOD: In January 1990, the international news media were excited because it appeared that Mandela might be released.

Usage Note:
The media usually takes a plural verb, especially in formal styles: 'The media have shown considerable interest in the trial.' A singular verb is sometimes heard in everyday conversation, but some careful users consider this to be incorrect.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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