Webster 1913 Edition
A character or symbol used to represent a sound, esp. one used in phonography.
phonograph (plural phonographs)
- Literally, a device that captures sound waves onto an engraved archive; a lathe.
- (Britain, historical) A device that records or plays sound from cylinder records.
- (Canada, US) Early term for a record player.
- (dated) A character or symbol used to represent a sound, especially one used in phonography.
- (cylinder player): talking phonograph
- (turntable): gramophone (British), record player
device that records or plays sound from cylinder records
archaic record player — see gramophone
phonograph (third-person singular simple present phonographs, present participle phonographing, simple past and past participle phonographed)
- (transitive, dated) To record for playback by phonograph.
- (transitive, dated) To transcribe into phonographic symbols.
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