ghetto-blaster


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ghetto-blaster

[ˈgetəʊˌblɑːstəʳ] Nradiocasete m portátil (muy grande)
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There's a cider-party, a ghetto-blaster blasting Lady Gaga; chicken bones and burger wrappers littering what remains of the halls of marble, rooms without tapestries where phantoms go about their useless tasks.
He's bought a pneumatic drill and a ghetto-blaster.
"Whenever we'd get to Old Trafford, Anfield or wherever we'd turn on the ghetto-blaster and get it pumping full on," said Holdsworth.
"I remember once seeing Payne Stewart striding down the hallway with a ghetto-blaster on his shoulder pounding out Bruce Springsteen's Born in the USA.
Gardai also seized a "White Power" scarf and a ghetto-blaster with CDs by white supremacist bands such as Skrewdriver.
'We've even used sound technology [a ghetto-blaster in a waterproof container playing a sea-urchin "dawn chorus"] to double the rate of larval settlement on reefs!'
"Last year was tough for Formby, so I think it's important that we simply establish ourselves and become difficult to play against," he said, although given Crilly's threat to introduce a ghetto-blaster and break-dancing into the changing room, fixtures against Dutton's teammay soon become colourful events on the local cricket circuit.
The play area was provided for young children, but families told of invasions by older youths causing a disturbance with revving scooter engines and ghetto-blaster radios.
Post-It Notes were introduced by 3M, British Airways was privatised, smallpox was considered eradicated by the World Health Organisation, "ghetto-blaster" was included in the English dictionary for the first time ( and Japan passed the US as the world's largest car manufacturer.
But the 33-year-old, who boasts 79 international caps, admits one thing he is unlikely to change is the choice of tunes on the dressingroom ghetto-blaster or team bus.