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Translation of "video" - English-Spanish dictionary

video

noun   /ˈvɪd·i·əʊ/ ( plural videos)
A2 a recording of a movie, TV programme, etc. that you can watch on a television or computer vídeo You can get the movie on video.
UK a machine that you use for recording a television programme or watching a video reproductor de vídeo
(Definition of video from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

video

noun /ˈvidiəu/ ( plural videos)
the recording or broadcasting (by means of a video recorder) of television pictures and sound vídeo The police sometimes use video to record interviews.
a videotape cinta de vídeo There’s a great video I want to show you.
(also video cassette recorder; VCR) a machine used for watching or recording television films and programmes on videotape. vídeo, grabador de vídeo
video arcade noun
a place where people can play video games on machines. sala de videojuegos
video camera noun
a camera for shooting video films. cámara de vídeo
video (cassette) recorder noun
see video.
video jockey noun
see VJ.
videotape noun
a magnetic tape for recording video films. cinta de vídeo The thieves were caught on videotape.
(Definition of video from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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