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videotape in Recording topic

videotapevideotape2 (also video British English) verb [transitive]  TCRto record a television programme, film, event etc on a video→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
videotapeMatches are videotaped and charted to keep track of errors and winners.Cross-examination by defence lawyers should also be videotaped at an informal hearing before trial, with the press and public excluded.They are making their pitch on radio stations, and are videotaping interviews with returning refugees and playing them in the camps.You might want to start by videotaping or photographing entire rooms.She then called for her daughter Paula Rolon to videotape the arrest.Will you videotape tonight's game for me?