Definition of phonograph record in English:

phonograph record

Syllabification: pho·no·graph rec·ord

noun

North American
Fuller form of record (sense 4) of the noun).
More example sentences
  • For a 1935 broadcast from London that was meant to simulate a Broadway opening night, he needed a phonograph record of Ethel Merman singing ‘You're the Top.’
  • A phonograph record is analog, a compact disk is digital.
  • A customer asked for a color print of a phonograph record, and someone wanted to have an album of prints made from the shells she found on her vacation.

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