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stereo

noun uk   /ˈster.i.əʊ/ us    /-oʊ/
[U] a way of recording or playing sound so that it is separated into two signals and produces more natural sound: The concert will be broadcast in stereo. [C] a piece of electrical equipment for playing music, listening to the radio, etc. that sounds very natural because the sounds come out of two speakers (= parts for playing sound)
stereo
adjective uk   ( formal stereophonic ) us  
a stereo system
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