Definition of microgroove in English:

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microgroove

Pronunciation: /ˈmīkrəˌɡro͞ov/

noun

The very narrow groove on a long-playing phonograph record.
Example sentences
  • With Jan Peerce and Leonard Warren, she recorded an excellent Rigoletto for RCA Victor in 1950 - the first operatic recording to be released on microgroove, unless I am mistaken.
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