Associations to the word «Video»
VIDEO, noun. Television, television show, movie.
VIDEO, noun. A short film clip, with or without audio (as in a music video, or one of the plethora of user-generated short movies on sites such as YouTube).
VIDEO, noun. Motion picture stored on VHS or some other format.
VIDEO, noun. (dated) VHS.
VIDEO, verb. To record using video equipment
VIDEO ARCADE, noun. (US) A business or establishment containing a selection of arcade games, pinball machines and other amusement devices.
VIDEO ARCADE GAME, noun. An arcade game.
VIDEO ARCADE GAMES, noun. Plural of video arcade game
VIDEO ARCADES, noun. Plural of video arcade
VIDEO ASSIST, noun. A system that allows a video version of a take to be viewed immediately after it is filmed.
VIDEO CAMERA, noun. A device for recording video footage, often a portable one used by amateurs; also as a fixed installation for surveillance purposes.
VIDEO CAMERAS, noun. Plural of video camera
VIDEO CARD, noun. (computing) A piece of hardware installed into a personal computer to allow it to send video signals to an external output device such as a monitor or projector.
VIDEO CARDS, noun. Plural of video card
VIDEO CASSETTE, noun. Alternative form of videocassette
VIDEO CASSETTES, noun. Plural of video cassette
VIDEO CHAT, noun. (Internet) (colloquial) An instance of participating in a webcam-based discussion with one or more other people.
VIDEO CHAT, verb. (Internet) (colloquial) Have a video chat.
VIDEO CONFERENCE, noun. A conference held by video link. An arranged video phone call between more than two parties.
VIDEO CONFERENCE, verb. (intransitive) To take part in a video conference.
VIDEO CONFERENCES, noun. Plural of video conference
VIDEO DATING, noun. A form of virtual dating that allows users to communicate with each other by means of video, either (traditionally) by exchanging pre-recorded cassettes or (increasingly) by means of video interaction through the Internet.
VIDEO DVD, noun. A DVD containing video in DVD-Video format
VIDEO DVDS, noun. Plural of video DVD
VIDEO GAME, noun. A type of game existing as and controlled by software, usually run by a video game console or a computer, and played on a video terminal or television screen. Controlled by a paddle, joystick, joypad, mouse, keyboard, or a combination of any of them.
VIDEO GAME CONSOLE, noun. (video games) A dedicated electronic device that is designed to play video games, especially in accompaniment with a television.
VIDEO GAME CONSOLES, noun. Plural of video game console
VIDEO GAMER, noun. A player of one or more video games.
VIDEO GAMERS, noun. Plural of video gamer
VIDEO GAMES, noun. Plural of video game
VIDEO GAMES CONSOLE, noun. (video games) (nonstandard) A video game console.
VIDEO GAMES CONSOLES, noun. Plural of video games console
VIDEO HO, noun. (slang) One of the attractive, highly sexualized female dancers or actresses, typically black, who commonly appear in hip hop music videos.
VIDEO JOCKEY, noun. A person who selects, or plays music videos either on television or at a disco
VIDEO JOURNALIST, noun. A journalist who handles all aspects of production on their own, acting as reporter, cameraman and editor.
VIDEO JOURNALISTS, noun. Plural of video journalist
VIDEO LARYNGOSCOPE, noun. A laryngoscope fitted with a video camera placed at a point on the blade which provides a direct view of the larynx. Light is provided to illuminate the larynx, and the video information is displayed on a monitor.
VIDEO LARYNGOSCOPES, noun. Plural of video laryngoscope
VIDEO NASTIES, noun. Plural of video nasty
VIDEO NASTY, noun. (dated) (British) a video depicting excessive gore and violence
VIDEO PHOTOGRAPHER, noun. A videographer who utilizes advanced photographic techniques to capture and create video images.
VIDEO PHOTOGRAPHERS, noun. Plural of video photographer
VIDEO PROJECTOR, noun. A device that takes a video signal and projects the corresponding image on a projection screen using a lens system.
VIDEO PROJECTORS, noun. Plural of video projector
VIDEO RECORDER, noun. An electronic device for recording video signals, for example onto magnetic tape or videodisks.
VIDEO RECORDING, noun. A visual or audiovisual recording on videotape, DVD, etc.
VIDEO RECORDINGS, noun. Plural of video recording
VIDEO REFEREE, noun. (sports) An off-field match official who makes game decisions based on watching instant replays.
VIDEO REFEREES, noun. Plural of video referee
VIDEO RHYTHM, noun. (advertising) the wave-like curves one expects to see in the Flow of Attention results that reflect the structure of a commercial’s story.
VIDEO RHYTHMS, noun. Plural of video rhythm
VIDÉO VÉRITÉ, noun. A genre of video material that appears to be realistic, showing ordinary people in ordinary situations, speaking normal dialogue.
VIDEO VÉRITÉ, noun. Alternative spelling of vidéo vérité
VIDEO, noun. The visible part of a television transmission; "they could still receive the sound but the picture was gone".
VIDEO, noun. A recording of both the visual and audible components (especially one containing a recording of a movie or television program).
VIDEO, noun. (computer science) the appearance of text and graphics on a video display.
VIDEO, noun. Broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects; "she is a star of screen and video"; "Television is a medium because it is neither rare nor well done" - Ernie Kovacs.
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