American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. verbal order
- abbr. voice-over
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of verso (left-hand page).
- n. In electricity, a name proposed for the unit of selfinduction, equal to the thousandth of a secohm. See secohm.
- Royal Victorian Order.
“To top it all off, I think that Mike Rowe from Dirty Jobs does the main VO.”
“This is lookin fuckin hilarious! hahaha The VO was the best part!”
“Unless you mean we are hearing the dialogue of a character who isn't present in the scene at all, in which case that'd be a "VO" Voice Over, right?”
“The covered wagon in today's question was initially intended to be a television lamp, with the round "VO" advertising sign located where the clock should be.”
“While Cognac typically displays its grade - such as VO (very old) or VS (very special) - on the bottle, Conjure is ungraded because it comprises Cognacs of different official grades.”
“VIZIO has also released two additional Full HD models based on the popular VIZIO "VO" series of products.”
“minimum performance levels would also preclude some really interesting follies in recent years, such as VO Shed.”
“But if I were filming one of those latter-day Hollywood Swords-and-Sandals blockbusters of Hippolytus with Brad Pitt, Russell Crowe or whomever, I could also imagine that speech as the VO of a properly dramatised pre-credit sequence.”
“VO: In a world gone mad, against all the odds one man had the courage to fight for the truth!”
“The first one features Sylar doing the VO work, but the second one is an unknown narrator.”
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