American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A relatively wide magnetic tape used to record visual images and associated sound for subsequent playback or broadcasting.
- n. A recording made on such a tape.
- v. To make a videotape recording of.
- n. magnetic tape used to record both video images and sound for subsequent playback or broadcasting
- v. To make a recording of something on videotape.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a video recording made on magnetic tape.
- n. a relatively wide magnetic tape for use in recording visual images and associated sound.
- n. a relatively wide magnetic tape for use in recording visual images and associated sound
- v. record on videotape
- n. a video recording made on magnetic tape
- From video + tape. (Wiktionary)
“Our guests are Birgitta Jónsdóttir, member of the the Icelandic Parliament, co-producer of what they call the videotape, "Collateral Murder"; Daniel Ellsberg with us in University of”
“Authorities were gathering videotape from the Pentagon City area, searching rooftops of buildings and interviewing construction workers who were nearby and others.”
“New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne said officers were reviewing videotape from a network of 82 police surveillance cameras posted in the area and more footage from "dozens '" of other private security cameras in the city's busy entertainment district where the vehicle packed with gasoline and propane tanks failed to explode.”
“New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne said officers were reviewing videotape from a network of 82 police surveillance cameras posted in the area and footage from "dozens" of other private security cameras in the busy entertainment district where the sport-utility vehicle containing gasoline and propane tanks failed to explode.”
“The videotape is now safely in the hands of the RCMP, and will not be made available to the public.”
“Should I be buying/selling stock in videotape companies? on February 27, 2008 at 4: 46 pm | Reply Metcountymounty”
“I'd argue that videotape is still alive and well in the TV/video industry today (1/2 is still used ubiquitously) if not your living room, and that digital tape formats exist in data centers around the world.”
“William Paulson, 27, of Grand Blanc, had been charged with misdemeanor assault and battery, but Oakland County Assistant Prosecutor Paul Walton said Friday that videotape from the Nov. 19, 2004, incident and statements from witnesses showed that Paulson was merely defending a friend against Pacers player Ron Artest.”
“Why don't we call our videotape library and see if we can come up with that.”
“We'll go to Tom shortly, but again, that quote now on videotape from a short time ago.”
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