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A VHS cassette.

EtymologyEdit

Initialism of “Vertical Helical Scan”, later reinterpreted as “Video Home System”.

NounEdit

VHS (countable and uncountable, plural VHSes)

  1. A type of videotape originally developed by the Japan company JVC.
    • 2009, Jacques Boyreau, Portable Grindhouse: The Lost Art of the VHS Box (page 5)
      The curt take on VHS is that it is a dead format, a quaint and sham way to watch a movie. Regardless, to date, there are quantities of VHS titles not available on DVD, and that may never be.

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FrenchEdit

NounEdit

VHS f (invariable)

  1. VHS

GermanEdit

InitialismEdit

VHS

  1. Initialism of Volkshochschule.

HungarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

VHS (plural VHS-ek)

  1. VHS

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in -e-, front unrounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative VHS VHS-ek
accusative VHS-t VHS-eket
dative VHS-nek VHS-eknek
instrumental VHS-sel VHS-ekkel
causal-final VHS-ért VHS-ekért
translative VHS-sé VHS-ekké
terminative VHS-ig VHS-ekig
essive-formal VHS-ként VHS-ekként
essive-modal
inessive VHS-ben VHS-ekben
superessive VHS-en VHS-eken
adessive VHS-nél VHS-eknél
illative VHS-be VHS-ekbe
sublative VHS-re VHS-ekre
allative VHS-hez VHS-ekhez
elative VHS-ből VHS-ekből
delative VHS-ről VHS-ekről
ablative VHS-től VHS-ektől
Possessive forms of VHS
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. VHS-em VHS-eim
2nd person sing. VHS-ed VHS-eid
3rd person sing. VHS-e VHS-ei
1st person plural VHS-ünk VHS-eink
2nd person plural VHS-etek VHS-eitek
3rd person plural VHS-ük VHS-eik

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NounEdit

VHS m or f (plural VHS)

  1. VHS

Usage notesEdit

  • used both as a masculine and a feminine noun, but always invariable