Definition of gramophone in English:

gramophone

Syllabification: gram·o·phone
Pronunciation: /ˈɡraməˌfōn
 
/

noun

Old-fashioned term for record player.
More example sentences
  • Vinyl recordings and gramophones were sent back from America before they became readily available in Ireland and in this way he acquired a large repertoire of tunes often several in the same week.
  • There was a gramophone at home and recordings of opera.
  • Exhibits will include film and audio clips, scripts, designs, posters, diaries, costume, radios and gramophones and 78 rpm records,

Origin

late 19th century: formed by inversion of elements of phonogram 'sound recording'.

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