reel-to-reel

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Originally descriptive, used in reel-to-reel recorder and like phrases, then shortened.

Noun[edit]

a reel-to-reel

reel-to-reel (plural reel-to-reels)

  1. A machine that records sound onto, or plays sound from, tape wound on one reel, by feeding it through to another reel.

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