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Meaning of “video” - Learner’s Dictionary

video

noun     /ˈvɪdiəʊ/
RECORDING [C]
A2 an electronic recording of moving images, for example a film or TV programme, that can be watched on television, a computer, a camera, etc. : Caroline and Yann showed us their wedding video last night.Recording sounds and imagesAudio and video equipment
TAPE [U]
A2 a film or television programme recorded on videotape: a copy of 'Lord of the Rings' on videoAudio and video equipmentSound and image recordings
SYSTEM [U]
a system used for electronically recording moving images: The website uses video to enhance learning.
[C] ( also VCR, video recorder) a machine that you use for recording a television programme or watching a video Audio and video equipment
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