Definition of ghosting in English:

ghosting

Line breaks: ghost|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈgəʊstɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The appearance of a ghost or secondary image on a television or other display screen: the display is sharper and less prone to ghosting
More example sentences
  • The only digital interference can be spotted in the opening title sequence of the first film, with noticeable ghosting of the underlying images.
  • Scattering can create problems for wireless transmission as the reflected signals can cause interference - the ghosting on TV screens for example.
  • There was no ghosting, streaking, or any other distortion that I noticed during playback of the various formats.

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