analogue

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analogue (not comparable)

  1. (mostly Commonwealth) Alternative form of analog
    • 2022 February 23, Benedict le Vay, “Part of rail's past... present... and future”, in RAIL, number 951, page 56:
      "But if so, why do you see so many young children on steam trains - apart, that is, from being dragged along by their fathers, or grandfathers?
      "I think they enjoy them because they are simply so different, so mechanical, so hot, oily and clanky, so dirty, so 'analogue' in a digital world. They are everything modern life tries to extirpate in favour of silence, smoothness and cleanness. Kids love that.

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Noun[edit]

analogue (plural analogues)

  1. (mostly Commonwealth) Alternative form of analog

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  • IPA(key): /a.na.lɔɡ/
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Adjective[edit]

analogue (plural analogues)

  1. analogous

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