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social media
Pronunciation: / ˌsəʊʃəl ˈmiːdɪə /

Translation of social media in Spanish:

noun sing or pl

  • medios (masculine plural) de comunicación social or interactiva
    Example sentences
    • The solution automatically drives retail location traffic by turning excellent customer experiences into a powerful marketing tool through social media.
    • The YouTube questions were the latest effort by NASA to embrace social media.
    • Their cooption is predicated on the viral communication of peer trends facilitated by social media.

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