Definition of autochanger in English:

autochanger

Line breaks: auto|changer
Pronunciation: /ˈɔːtəʊtʃeɪndʒə(r)
 
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(also autochange)

noun

A mechanism for the automatic substitution of one CD or record for another during use.
More example sentences
  • The most common extra taken up by new car owners is having a CD autochanger installed.
  • Options of a six-CD autochanger and metallic paint are offered across the range.
  • As well as the glass roof and roof rails, the test car's impressive list of standard kit items includes six airbags, climate control air-conditioning, electric windows, a six-speaker remote-control radio and five-disc CD autochanger.

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