[ vid-ee-oh-teyp ]
/ ˈvɪd i oʊˌteɪp /
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magnetic tape on which the electronic impulses produced by the video and audio portions of a television program, motion picture, etc., are recorded (distinguished from audiotape).
verb (used with object), vid·e·o·taped, vid·e·o·tap·ing.
to record (programs, etc.) on videotape.
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OTHER WORDS FROM videotapevid·e·o·tap·er, noun
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How to use videotape in a sentence
Frost also had another gift that was a true metaphor of the technology that he had mastered: a mind that worked like a video tape.‘A Fiery Tribune’|Clive Irving|September 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That was just a weasely lie, instantly rebuttal by video tape that wasn't even one day old.Romney and Culture: Flip-Flop-Flip!|Michael Tomasky|August 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The station has supplied us with what tape they did not throw away, the video tape.Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
British Dictionary definitions for videotape
magnetic tape used mainly for recording the vision and sound signals of a television programme or film for subsequent transmission
to record (a programme, film, etc) on video tape
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