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v‐mail

[vee-meyl] /ˈviˌmeɪl/
noun

V‐mail

[vee-meyl] /ˈviˌmeɪl/
noun
1.
a mail system used by U.S. armed forces during World War II.
Origin of V‐mail
V: victory

video mail

noun
1.
a system for sending a prerecorded video as an email attachment or as an email with a link to the video.
2.
an email containing such a link or attachment.
Also called v-mail.
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British Dictionary definitions for v-mail

v-mail

/ˈviːmeɪl/
noun
1.
a video message sent by e-mail
2.
a computerized communication system designed to send virtual reality messages
3.
electronic mail designed to spread a computer virus
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Contemporary definitions for v-mail
noun

electronic mail with a video clip attachment; also written vmail

Word Origin

1998; video + mail

noun

an email message with an attached video clip

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