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dot matrix

Syllabification: dot ma·trix

Definition of dot matrix in English:

noun

[usually as modifier]
A grid of dots that are filled selectively to produce an image on a screen or paper: a dot matrix display board
More example sentences
  • The clear 1.5 inch dot matrix LCD screen is nicely illuminated at will.
  • Often, the illustration will turn out to be something we know barely exists these days, a sort of symbolic graphic representation of an email complete with dot matrix typeface and unripped fanfold.
  • This is a talking, laptop-style, battery-operated, electronic learning aid with an alphanumeric keyboard and a full dot matrix LCD screen which provides clear animated pictures.

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