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Walkman

(ˈwɔːkmən)
n
(Electronics) trademark a small portable media player with light headphones
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Walk•man

(ˈwɔk mən, -ˌmæn)
Trademark.
a small portable stereo cassette player, radio, or cassette player and radio used with headphones.
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Walkman®

(ˈwoːkmen) noun
see personal stereo.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Walkman - (trademark) a pocket-sized stereo system with light weight earphones
stereo, stereo system, stereophonic system, stereophony - reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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Translations
prenosný stereoprehrávačvreckový kazetový prehrávač
vokman

Walkman

® [ˈwɔːkmən] N (Walkmans (pl)) [ˈwɔːkmənz]Walkman ® m
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

Walkman®

[ˈwɔːkmən] nbaladeur mwalk of life n (= background) → milieu m
from all walks of life → de tous milieuxwalk-on part [ˈwɔːkɒn] nrôle m de figurant(e)
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Walkman®

nWalkman® m
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Walkman

® [ˈwɔːkmən] nwalkman ® m inv
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July 1, 1979--Sony Corporation introduces the Walkman to the market in Japan; it reaches the US market about a year later.
On July 1,1979, Sony introduced the Walkman, the first truly personal stereo.
The average house price was PS13,650, inflation was 17%, the Walkman was launched, Last of the Summer Wine was popular on TV and the price of a pint around 65p.
The 1980s or 1990s Sony Walkman is a collector's item too, selling for up to [pounds sterling]350 while the Sony DiscMan version, for CDs, can go for [pounds sterling]130.
VINTAGE: The classic cassette tape Walkman obsoleted post 31 years, after a strapping battle of co-existence with the digital music revolution.
But despite the property's design heritage as a home to one of the world's creative geniuses who also thought up the iconic Sony Walkman portable cassette player, offers have so far been thin on the ground.
But despite the property's design heritage as a home to one of the The Powis Mews home in Notting Hill world's creative geniuses who also thought up the iconic Sony Walkman portable cassette player, offers have so far been thin on the ground.
Company chairman Akio Morita decided to introduce the Walkman anyway, and the rest is history.
The company has plans to bring the MDR-1000X noise cancelling headphones and the NWZ-A35 wireless high resolution Walkman before the end of this year.
When the first Sony Walkman went on sale in 1979 people were gobsmacked.