resolution
[ˌræzə'lu:ʃən]

noun

[Definition]: strong determination; the pixels in a defined area of a screen; a lawful decision such as UN's resolution

[Example Sentences]:
1. If the case ends up in the Supreme Court, a resolution would likely not occur before 2015.
2. Both devices have about the same resolution and size, but text just looks better on the Moto 360.
3. Look for resolution of at least 720p.
4. Its video resolution is limited to 640x480.
5. The highest resolution is now 720p.
6. The final choice is also a new resolution for Mavericks, 1504 by 846.
7. The lowest resolution choice is 1504 by 846.
8. The board passed a resolution 6 to 3.
9. There has been some talk of the 2.5-inch Galaxy Gear display coming with a resolution of 320 by 320.
10. In terms of video shooting, the phone can record at a 1920 by 1080 pixel resolution at 60p.
11. Its 15.6 display has a maximum resolution of 1,366 by 768.
12. Both have 1,280 by 720 resolution and are covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
13. Also note that full virtual 4K resolution is available only with the R9 285.
14. The bit rate is how fast the video is streaming and the resolution is the quality.
15. The resolution is a factor of one thousand times better than ultrasound.


[Antonyms]compound, wavering

[Synonyms]fortitude, hardihood
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