phonograph record

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An early design phonograph record on a record player.

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phonograph record (plural phonograph records)

  1. A disk, usually made of a polymer, used to record sound for playback on a phonograph.
    Synonyms: record, gramophone record, vinyl
    Hyponyms: 45, 78, LP

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