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Videocassette, videotape, etc.
Forms terms relating to moving images, and especially to television.
The visual component of a television signal, which actually comprises a set of still images presented in rapid succession. See also image and television.
From Latin videō first person sing. present tense of vidēre to see vide
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Borrowed from Latin videō (“I see").
We don't simply have more video screens; we now have an infinitude of broadcasters.
She left the room to get the video camera.
My guys have something on the video cameras.
You can play video games and paint or draw from anywhere.
If she closed her eyes, she'd see the home video of Darian's funeral pile.
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