juke-box

Translations

juke-box

(ˈdʒuːkboks) noun
a machine that plays selected records automatically when coins are put into it.
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This is a 'write once-read many' (WORM) device of thirty floppy disks that can be accessed in a juke-box arrangement.
TV appeared when the much less intrusive juke-box faded out, as though drinkers could only enjoy themselves to the accompaniment of ever-increasing noise.
The 30GB hard disc effectively makes the use of conventional CDs redundant by incorporating colour satellite navigation with full European mapping, hands-free GSM mobile phone and a tri-tuner radio combined with the Juke-Box function, which enables music to be downloaded and stored in MP3 format.
The Beat boasts a juke-box that rises up from the dashboard instead of a stereo and the Groove is a sort of a micro minivan.
Named in tribute to John Boorman's cult thriller Point Blank, this uneasy black comedy from director George Armitage also features an '80s juke-box soundtrack.
A CHURCH in Lyons, France, has installed a juke-box which plays monastic chants, Buddhist and Jewish music.
The two losers walked across the room, past the juke-box, and out into The Big Apple's front porch, where the strains of a twilight hymn from the revival floated on the summer air.
The clientele is an eclectic mixture of young and not-so-young, all seemingly getting on fine with one another over the din of the juke-box. One middle aged man struggles to hear as he makes a very audible call on his mobile, letting all and sundry know about life back home when the juke-box suddenly decides it wants to be fed again.
In a survey of the most popular pub juke-box songs, wrinkly rockers the Rolling Stones were No 1 with (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction.
The chart was compiled by pub chain Whitbread, who quizzed 1700 bar bosses about the favourites on their juke-boxes.
One of the Alex's most redeeming features is its lack of juke-box or noisy,beeping machines,although there is a wide screen TV,handy for football followers,in the bar.
The songs of Leiber and Stoller, who kept juke-boxes jumping throughout the Fifties and Sixties, say it all.