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cassette tape

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Definition of cassette tape in English:

noun

A cassette of audio tape or videotape.
Example sentences
  • Just as computers killed the typewriter, the CD retired the cassette tape and copiers wiped out carbon paper, the quality and convenience of digital cameras is taking away the need - and the want - for film.
  • He says the roar was originally on a 78 record, then transferred on to a cassette tape, then a compact disc and is now stored as a digital computer sound.
  • By the 1970s the high-fidelity cassette tape had arrived; then, in the 1980s, the digital compact disc took over.

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