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audio book

n
1. a reading of a book recorded on tape

au′dio book`

or au′di•o•book`,


n.
a recording of an oral reading of a book, often in abridged form.
[1985–90]
Translations
livre audio
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With their growing popularity, Google Play launched an audio-book service in nine languages in 45 countries including Korea, Wednesday, challenging Amazon's Audible that dominates the audio book market
A thousand books are ready to be launched online on what is being dubbed as the largest audio book platform in the Arab region.
Now in a complete and unabridged audio book edition of a classic Fritz Leiber science fiction short story, narrator Jim Roberts performs "The Creature from Cleveland Depths".
Instead of dedicating a chunk of my Instead of dedicating a chunk of my day solely to reading, I can kill two or day solely to reading, I can kill two or even three birds with the one audio book.
For those of us who first met these works in print on paper, the audio book and the ebook provide new ways to enjoy old favorites, all excellently done.
I usually have two or three books I'm reading and one audio book at one time.
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Actress Deborah Raffin, who became well-known relatively late in her life for launching a successful audio book company, has died of leukemia.
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Scottish publisher Canongate reported on Thursday that it has agreed to acquire audio book publisher CSA Word.
The downloadable audio book program is made available through Morale, Welfare and Recreation funding," said Nellie Moffitt, the head of the Navy General Library Program in an interview Jan.