Definition of connectivity in English:

connectivity

Syllabification: con·nec·tiv·i·ty
Pronunciation: /käˌnekˈtivədē
 
, kəˌnekˈtivədē
 
/

noun

1The state or extent of being connected or interconnected.
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  • Ireland is at the very edge of airline connectivity in Europe and has to fight every battle that involves transportation costs.
  • The marketing challenge is to sell you on the necessity of information via continuous connectivity.
  • However, one of the essential ingredients to succeed in the global services is international air connectivity.
1.1 Computing Capacity for the interconnection of platforms, systems, and applications: connectivity between Sun and Mac platforms
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  • It also has a video camera built into the frame of the monitor, FireWire connectivity and video editing software.
  • The handset offers the usual USB, infra-red and Bluetooth connectivity.
  • Techies will also love the MP3 player, Bluetooth connectivity and Java-powered games.

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