Definition of video recorder in English:

video recorder

Syllabification: vid·e·o re·cord·er

noun

A device that, when linked to a television set, can be used for recording on and playing videotapes.
More example sentences
  • Germination was immediately recorded with a VHS video recorder using x4 and x10 magnification.
  • Male behavior was recorded for 30 min by using a VHS video recorder on day 2 after spawning.
  • I hold my remote control and - yes - I can programme my video recorder.

Derivatives

video recording

noun
More example sentences
  • The Media Terminal will provide digital video broadcast services, full Internet access and personal video recording.
  • Fire it up and you've got video calling, audio and video streaming, video recording and playback and, significantly, built in GPS.
  • Vehling said the home media focus, which includes devices working off broadband networks such as cable boxes, is aimed at digital video recording.

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