cassette player


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Noun1.cassette player - electronic equipment for playing cassettescassette player - electronic equipment for playing cassettes
electronic equipment - equipment that involves the controlled conduction of electrons (especially in a gas or vacuum or semiconductor)
Translations
جِهازُ تَسْجيل
kazetový přehrávač
båndoptager
lejátszómagnó
kazetový prehrávač
kasetnik

cassette player

nriproduttore m a cassetta

cassette

(kəˈset) noun
a plastic container holding photographic film or magnetic tape. I've put a new cassette in my camera; I bought a cassette of Scottish music; (also adjective) a cassette recorder.
cassette player noun
an electrical machine for playing cassettes.
References in periodicals archive ?
Twenty-five years ago I played it to my then unborn child with a small cassette player held to my belly.
Radio: "This is a radio with a vinyl deck and a cassette player.
The vehicle, which still bears its original six-month tax disc and Philips radio cassette player in full working order, has been driven for less than half an hour in nearly a quarter of century.
For the benefit of our younger readers, a cassette player was a primitive audio device popular in the late 20th century.
The firm said it was first time its stock price had traded below 1,000 yen since August 1980 - the year after it introduced the iconic Walkman portable cassette player to the world.
The 68-year-old singer claimed that he would get up in the middle of the night and record tunes on a cassette player after they came to him in his dreams.
I bet some of them even try to feign illness with the old trick of putting a dummy in their bed and setting up a hidden cassette player to fake snoring and the odd cough.
A radio cassette player was also taken from the van.
He added: "I have an old cassette player and loads of Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry tapes.
ZENA SAYS: This antique-style record player (above) plays vinyl singles, LPs and shellac 78s, and has a CD and cassette player and AM/FM tuner.
A WRISTWATCH, a 9ct gold bracelet, an iPod Nano, a mobile phone and a cassette player were taken in the incident.
FIRST came the portable cassette player, then the CD Walkman, now we have MP3 players and Apple's popular iPod.