Definition of vid in English:

vid

noun

informal
  • ‘I've got it on vid now’
    short for video
    • ‘I've only got the vid, as DVDs are still about £18 or so over here…’
    • ‘Some copies come with a right spesh DVD with all the band's promo vids, a bunch of short films and live odds & ends.’
    • ‘So maybe you feed on punk-rockin surf vids and only venture to the movies to see monster action films?’
    • ‘The vid's very good quality, although the sound and picture do seem to be out of sync with one another - possibly this is a video card problem?’
    • ‘A better use of the visual medium would have been to include an interview vid or some such, as a bonus.’
    • ‘I thought watching good-byes on the vids was hard.’
    • ‘Yeah, here you go, Disney is in that corner, Adult vids are in that dark dingy one.’
    • ‘‘We can be sure he was here,’ Stone had said as she was preparing to leave, ‘We might even be able to find him on the vids.’’
    • ‘Satellite vid shows high deposits of titanium and gold.’
    • ‘Have you seen the picture of Eddie Izzard on the cover of the new vid?’

Pronunciation

vid

/vɪd/