Meaning of VIDEO in English

VIDEO

noun

1 system of recording moving pictures and sound

ADJECTIVE

▪ live , real-time

▪ interactive

▪ analogue/analog , digital

▪ high-definition

▪ full-motion

VERB + VIDEO

▪ stream

You need a broadband Internet connection to stream ~ online.

VIDEO + NOUN

▪ camera , card ( computing ), equipment , player , projector , recorder

▪ monitor , screen

▪ clip , film ( BrE ), footage , image , montage , picture , recording , sequence

The jury watched ~ footage of the riots.

▪ nasty ( BrE )

The infamous ~ nasty is now a cult film.

▪ playback

▪ diary , documentary , interview , series

She started making a ~ diary of her life.

▪ shoot

The band are in Iceland doing a ~ shoot.

▪ channel

I can't find the ~ channel on this television.

▪ file

Video files can be readily transmitted over digital broadband.

▪ format

▪ game

▪ gamer

▪ arcade

▪ conferencing , teleconferencing

▪ conference , presentation , teleconference

▪ link

The speech was broadcast via a ~ link to thousands standing outside.

▪ signal

▪ surveillance

▪ archive

▪ installation (= type of art)

▪ artist

PREPOSITION

▪ on ~

The movie is already out on ~.

2 film recorded on disk, tape, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ hour-long , ten-minute , etc.

▪ amateur , home

An amateur ~ of the crash failed to reveal the cause.

▪ educational , instructional

They produce educational ~s for learning languages.

▪ music , pop

▪ hip-hop , rap , rock , etc.

▪ corporate ( esp. BrE )

▪ promotional

▪ training

▪ exercise , fitness , yoga

▪ documentary

▪ adult , porn , pornographic , sex

▪ police ( esp. BrE ), security

▪ animated

▪ online

▪ accompanying

This article and the accompanying ~ takes you through each stage step by step.

VERB + VIDEO

▪ create , do , film , make , record , shoot

▪ manufacture , produce

▪ direct

▪ release

The group's new ~ will be released next month.

▪ air , broadcast

▪ download , post , upload

He posted a ~ on his website

▪ capture sb/sth on , catch sb/sth on

The thief was caught on ~ as he pocketed watches and rings.

▪ rent

We rent ~s nearly every weekend.

▪ see , view , watch

The children can sit for hours watching ~s.

▪ show (sb)

Their teacher showed them a ~ about the Inuit.

▪ play

▪ fast-forward , forward , rewind

▪ edit

VIDEO + NOUN

▪ cassette , tape (usually videotape )

▪ library , shop ( esp. BrE ), store ( esp. AmE )

▪ rental

▪ release

a review of the latest ~ releases

▪ production

▪ maker , producer

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ of

a security ~ of the attack

3 ( BrE ) video recorder

VERB + VIDEO

▪ programme , set

Did you remember to set the ~ for ‘EastEnders’?

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .