jukebox

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

A coin-operated jukebox

1939, juke (roadside café) +‎ box, replacing older nickle-in-a-slot phonograph.[1]

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

jukebox (plural jukeboxes)

  1. A coin-operated machine that plays recorded music; it has push-buttons to make selections.
    • 1939, Life, Dec 18, 1939, [p. http://books.google.com/books?id=50EEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA27 27]:
      Glenn Miller plays more sweet numbers than hot. His greatest success has been with the “juke boxes”, the nickel-in-a-slot automatic phonographs. Miller is easily the most outstanding juke-box artist of 1939.
  2. (computing) An automated carousel for the storage and retrieval of tapes, CD-ROMs, etc.
  3. (computing, by extension) A software application capable of replaying tracks from a digital music collection.
    • 2011, Keith Underdahl, Adobe Premiere Pro For Dummies
      Before you export a movie to tape, double-check the following: Make sure all unnecessary programs are closed, including your e-mail program, MP3 jukebox, and Web browser.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ jukebox”, World Wide Words, Michael Quinion, created 22 Jul. 2000, last updated 1 Dec. 2007.

West Frisian[edit]

Noun[edit]

jukebox c

  1. jukebox