ambient /ˈambɪənt/

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I. adjective

1. relating to the immediate surroundings of something

the liquid is stored at below ambient temperature.
2. relating to ambient music.
3. relating to or denoting advertising that makes use of sites or objects other than the established media (e.g. by placing slogans on the back of bus tickets).
– origin late 16th cent.: from French ambiant or Latin ambient- ‘going round’, from ambire.

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