VHS

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VHS

 (vē′āch-ĕs′)
A trademark for a videotape format.

VHS

abbreviation for
(Electronics) trademark video home system: a video cassette recording system using -inch magnetic tape

VHS

Trademark. a videocassette tape format.
Translations
házi videorendszer
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