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record player

noun [C]
 
 
a machine that makes it possible to hear the music on a record (= a flat, round disc used especially in the past) Audio and video equipment
Translations of “record player”
in Korean 레코드 플레이어, 전축…
in Arabic مُشغّل أُسطُوانات…
in Portuguese toca-discos…
in Catalan tocadiscos…
in Japanese レコード・プレーヤー…
in Italian giradischi…
in Chinese (Traditional) (電)唱機,音樂播放機…
in Russian проигрыватель…
in Turkish pikap, plâk çalar, gramofon…
in Chinese (Simplified) (电)唱机…
in Polish gramofon…
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