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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishAmstradAm‧strad /ˈæmstræd/ trademark  a British company that produces electronic goods, especially goods relating to sending and receiving television signals. The company was known especially in the 1980s for producing word processing and computer equipment that was not expensive. Amstrad was started by the businessman Sir Alan Sugar, and was bought by BSkyB in 2007.
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