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Translation of "video" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

video

noun (FILM) 影片     /ˈvɪd.i.əʊ/ US  /-oʊ/ ( plural videos)
[C or U] ( also videotape) (a) recording of moving pictures and sound that has been made on a long narrow strip of magnetic material inside a rectangular plastic container, and which can be played on a special machine so that it can be watched on television 錄影,錄影;錄影帶 Ed came over last night to watch the video of the football match that I'd recorded. 埃德昨天晚上過來看我錄的足球比賽錄影了。 We had a video made of our wedding. 我們的婚禮錄了像。 'Spiderman' is now available on video. 《蜘蛛俠》的錄影帶現在已經在出售了。 →  See also tape noun Audio and video equipmentSound and image recordings [C] ( also music video) a short film made to advertise a popular song 音樂視頻,(流行歌曲的)MV Sound and image recordings
(Definition of video noun (FILM) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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