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gram·o·phone

 (grăm′ə-fōn′)
n.
A record player; a phonograph.

[Originally a trademark.]

gramophone

(ˈɡræməˌfəʊn)
n
1. (Music, other)
a. Also called: acoustic gramophone a device for reproducing the sounds stored on a record: now usually applied to the nearly obsolete type that uses a clockwork motor and acoustic horn. US and Canadian name: phonograph
b. (as modifier): a gramophone record.
2. (Music, other) the technique and practice of recording sound on disc: the gramophone has made music widely available.
[C19: originally a trademark, perhaps based on an inversion of phonogram; see phono-, -gram]
gramophonic adj

gram•o•phone

(ˈgræm əˌfoʊn)

n.
Chiefly Brit. phonograph.
[1887; orig. a trademark; appar. inversion of phonogram a phonographic cylinder]
gram`o•phon′ic (-ˈfɒn ɪk) gram`o•phon′i•cal, adj.

gramophone

British. phonograph.
See also: Phonograph Records
an instrument for reproducing sound from records; phonograph.
See also: Instruments
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gramophone - an antique record playergramophone - an antique record player; the sound of the vibrating needle is amplified acoustically
phonograph, record player - machine in which rotating records cause a stylus to vibrate and the vibrations are amplified acoustically or electronically
Victrola - a brand of gramophone
Translations
الغراموفون: الحاكي
gramofon
grammofon
plötuspilari
gramofonas
gramofons

gramophone

(o.f.) [ˈgræməfəʊn] (Brit)
A. Ngramófono m
B. CPD gramophone needle Naguja f de gramófono
gramophone record Ndisco m de gramófono

gramophone

[ˈgræməfəʊn] n (British)gramophone m

gramophone

n (Brit old) → Grammophon® nt (dated), → Grammofon nt; gramophone recordSchallplatte f

gramophone

[ˈgræməˌfəʊn] n (Brit) → grammofono

gramophone

(ˈgrӕməfoun) noun
(American ˈphonograph) the old name for a record-player.
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Day focuses on the impact of important record releases--from the National Gramophonic Society, in HMV's History of Music in Sound series, on Deutsche Grammophon's Archiv Produktion label, and many, many others.