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au·di·o·cas·sette

 (ô′dē-ō-kə-sĕt′, -kă-)
n.
A cassette containing blank or prerecorded audiotape.
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Noun1.audiocassette - a cassette for audiotapeaudiocassette - a cassette for audiotape    
cassette - a container that holds a magnetic tape used for recording or playing sound or video
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