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videotape

noun [C]  /ˈvɪd·i·oʊˌteɪp/ ( short form video, short form tape) us  
a long, narrow, magnetic strip inside a rectangular plastic container which records sounds and moving images that can be heard and seen on a television, or a recording of images and sounds: I bought the videotape of "Jurassic Park" for the kids. He watches videotapes of his performances so he can see what needs work.
videotape
verb [T]  /ˈvɪd·i·oʊˌteɪp/ ( short form tape) us  
Why don’t you videotape the ballgame so you can watch it later?
Translations of “videotape”
in Chinese (Traditional) 盒(卡)式錄影帶…
in Russian видеопленка…
in Turkish video teybi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 盒(卡)式录像带…
in Polish kaseta wideo, wideokaseta…
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