US: /ˈvɪdioʊ/
UK: /vˈɪdɪə‍ʊ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

video /'vidiou/
  • tính từ
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) (thuộc) truyền hình; dùng trong truyền hình
    • danh từ
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) truyền hình

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun
    (plural videos)
    1 (also videotape) [U, C] a type of MAGNETIC tape used for recording television pictures and sound; a box containing this tape, also called a video cassette: The movie will be released on video in June. + Do we have any blank videos?
    2 [C] a copy of a film/movie, programme, etc. that is recorded on VIDEOTAPE: a video of 'ET' + The school made a short promotional video. + a home video (= not a professional one) + a video shop / store
    3 [C] (BrE) = VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER: to programme the video to record a movie
    4 [U] the process of recording and showing films/movies and programmes using a special camera and a television set: A wedding is the perfect subject for video. + the use of video in schools + video equipment / material
    + verb (also formal videotape) [VN] (especially BrE) to record a television programme using a VIDEO RECORDER; to film sb/sth using a video camera: Did you remember to video that programme? + Videoing students can be a useful teaching exercise.

    Collocation dictionary

    1 system of recording moving pictures and sound




    camera, equipment, machine, player, recorder, screen | clip, film, footage, image, picture, recording, replay, sequence
    The jury watched video footage of the riots.
    | shoot
    The band are in Iceland doing a video shoot.
    | channel
    I can't find the video channel on this television.
    | game | conferencing | conference, presentation | link
    The speech was broadcast via a video link to thousands standing outside.
    | surveillance


    on ~
    The film is already out on video.

    2 tape/cassette


    hour-long, ten-minute, etc. | blank | pre-recorded
    They sell both blank and pre-recorded videos.
    | amateur, home
    An amateur video of the crash failed to reveal the cause.
    | educational, instructional
    They produce educational videos for learning languages.
    | music, pop, rock | corporate | promo, promotional | training | exercise, fitness | porn/porno/pornographic, sex | police, security


    make | manufacture, produce | release
    The group's new video will be released next month.
    | capture sb/sth on, catch sb/sth on
    The thief was caught on video as he pocketed watches and rings.
    | rent (out)
    We rent videos out nearly every weekend.
    | watch
    The children can sit for hours watching videos.
    | show (sb)
    Their teacher showed them a video about the Romans.
    | fast-forward, rewind


    cassette | library, rental shop, shop | release
    a review of the latest video releases


    ~ of
    a security video of the attack

    3 (also video recorder)


    programme, set
    Did you remember to set the video for ‘Inspector Morse’?

    Concise English dictionary

    +the visible part of a television transmission
    +a recording of both the video and audio components (especially one containing a recording of a movie or television program)
    +broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects