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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
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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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References in periodicals archive ?
Twelve years and six albums down the line, The Walkmen are almost a totally different band to the furious racket merchants they used to be.
Live on The Late Show with David Letterman (2004) Three minutes and 30 seconds into their national television debut in 2004, Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser wiped his mouth with the back of his fist.
In all fairness to The Walkmen, they're keen to single out The Strokes' hefty influence.