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gramophone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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gramophonegram‧o‧phone /ˈɡræməfəʊn $ -foʊn/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 old-fashionedTCRDHF a record player
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gramophoneA gramophone was playing a popular song.Last fling for the analogue gramophone?The dissemination of music by radio and gramophone record permeated the whole country and every social stratum.At last she wound down like an old-fashioned gramophone and rolled on to her back on the grass feeling exhausted.A novelty for the home crowd at reserve matches in 1924-25 was music from gramophone records broadcast through a loudspeaker.John also began building up a collection of gramophone records.Babyface, despite having fielded a record-tying 12 nominations, netted only a few of the tiny gramophones.
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