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video tape

noun [C or U]
 
 
COMMUNICATIONS
a long thin strip of magnetic material on which images and sounds can be recorded, now mainly replaced by other types of electronic recording
videotape verb [T]
Translations of “video tape”
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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