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camcorder

noun [C] uk   /ˈkæmˌkɔː.dər/  us   /-ˌkɔːr.dɚ/
a small video camera that can be held easily in one hand
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Translations of “camcorder”
in Arabic كاميرا فيديو…
in Korean 캠코더…
in Malaysian kamera video…
in French caméscope®…
in Turkish el kamerası, görüntü kayıt cihazı…
in Italian videocamera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 便攜式攝像機…
in Russian видеокамера…
in Polish kamera wideo…
in Vietnamese máy quay video…
in Spanish videocámara…
in Portuguese câmera de vídeo, filmadora…
in Thai กล้องถ่ายวีดีโอ…
in German Videokamera…
in Catalan càmera de vídeo…
in Japanese カムコーダー, ビデオカメラ…
in Indonesian kamera video…
in Chinese (Simplified) 便携式摄像机…
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