Discman

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Discman

(ˈdɪskmən)
n
(Electronics) trademark a small portable CD player with light headphones
Translations

Discman®

nDiscman® m, → tragbarer CD-Player
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I think the first ever record I bought would have been very uncool, the Now CDs or possibly a reggae mix CD bought for my mum that was actually never out of my CD Walkman.
Serial # 713812016456 Bank of America bag with two ashlights, a pair of gloves, four batteries, jumper cables, bundies cords, rain poncho inside the bag Sony CD Walkman CD player.
Currys was advertising some of its latest offers, including a camcorder (PS549), a CD Midi separates system (PS650) and a CD Walkman (PS99).
9 Arranging to meet your mates via the land line for a Geordie Jeans splurge at Middlesbrough's Cleveland Centre - and not being able to text them to let them know that you're going to be late 10 Trying to tape their favourite summer tunes from the radio - Snap, Ace of Base and Urban Cookie Collective included - but unsuccessfully trying to cut out the DJ speaking 11 Arranging parties via MSN chat with unfortunate endings for the host 12 Paging a friend (and your mum finding out it cost you PS5 on an itemised bill) 13 Needing to keep you CD Walkman flat whilst soaking up your favourite beach tunes on your trip to Scarbs.
One gig in London I'll never forget saw him come out and just read aloud from an issue of Rolling Stone magazine for 40 minutes to tinny, pre-recorded backing music from a beaten up CD Walkman.
A silver Canon Camera, valued at pounds 499, a Toshiba laptop, a Sony digital camera worth pounds 289, a pounds 30 CD Walkman and a DVD player worth pounds 299 were removed.
The CD Walkman followed but it skipped and was bulky.
FIRST came the portable cassette player, then the CD Walkman, now we have MP3 players and Apple's popular iPod.
Police think that after the murder the killer drove seven miles to Walton-on-Thames, where he dumped Amelie's purse, house keys and Sony CD Walkman in the Thames.
Police think the killer drove seven miles to Walton-on-Thames, where AmAlie's purse, house keys and Sony CD Walkman were found dumped in the River Thames.
If you use a CD walkman for your portable music needs, you,re part of a shrinking majority.