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A video posted online in which one shows and discusses many recent purchases. Can also just be called a "haul." I ended up buying so much stuff for my new apartment that I'm going to post a haul video for you guys on Friday! And if you haven't already, check out my UK haul video—I picked up tons of awesome goodies while I was overseas.
A piece of media, such as a book, movie, or video game, that uses or expands on the core material or content of something else as part of a marketing strategy or campaign. These video game tie-ins are usually pretty crappy, but this one's actually not bad. I'm writing a novel that acts as a tie-in to the film.
1. noun A spelling of the pronunciation of "VJ," an initialism of "video jockey," referring to someone who introduces or describes videos, especially music videos, as during live performances or for a television program. He used to be a really popular veejay on MTV back in the day.
2. verb To work as a video jockey. I heard he got a gig veejaying for some new music channel on weekends.
3. noun, slang A woman's vagina. I'd really rather not discuss what's going to happen to my veejay when the baby arrives, thanks.
A blog consisting solely or primarily of video content that is uploaded to the Internet. He has a very popular video blog on YouTube about his daily life in Los Angeles. I learned how to do my own makeup by watching video blogs online.
1. noun A video jockey, that is, someone who introduces or describes videos, especially music videos, as during live performances or for a television program. He used to be a really popular video jock on MTV back in the day.
2. verb To work as a video jockey. I heard he got a gig video jocking for some new music channel on weekends.
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n. a connection; a liaison. I got a call from Mary—my tie-in with the mayor’s office—who says it’s all set.
veejayand VJ and video jock
n. a video jockey; a host on a television program that features music videos. (see also disk jockey.) Sally tried out for the veejay job, but she looked too old and stuffy for that kind of work.
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