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video

[ vid-ee-oh ]
/ ˈvɪd iˌoʊ /
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noun
adjective
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Origin of video

1930–35; <Latin vidē(re) to see + -o as in audio
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British Dictionary definitions for video

video
/ (ˈvɪdɪˌəʊ) /

adjective
relating to or employed in the transmission or reception of a televised image
of, concerned with, or operating at video frequencies
noun plural -os
verb videos, videoing or videoed
to record (a television programme, etc) on a video cassette recorder
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Word Origin for video

C20: from Latin vidēre to see, on the model of audio
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