videocasette


Related to videocasette: Video cassette recorder
n.1.a casette containing magnetic tape, which can be used in a videocasette recorder to record and play back electronic signals, such as from television programs. The long magnetic tape in the videocasette is moved between two spindles, and a small portion of the tape at any one time is passed over a recording or playback head.
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As fellow students looked on in a classroom complete with a videocasette player and individual headphones, two teenage boys at Pyongyang's Moranbong No.
The first day, Rodriguez slipped a videocasette into my hand.
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Planning for Today and Tomorrow, 15-minute videocasette.
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