from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cassette containing blank or prerecorded audiotape.
- n. A tape recording reproduced in cassette form.
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- n. Alternative form of audio cassette.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a cassette for audio tape.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cassette for audiotape
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Boris had swiped a filmstrip and accompanying audiocassette from the yeshiva he worked at in Royal Hills.
Other ways to learn ESL is to listen to CDs or audiocassette tapes, watch TV, movies and watching television, memorize phrase books, use the Internet or employ a combination of all the above.
"Four years ago, most people thought the audiocassette was finished," he says.
The version of the film shown at the Smithsonian was a four-minute edit of the seven-minute segment — with a soundtrack from a June 1989 audiocassette of an ACT-UP demonstration found in Mr. Wojnarowicz's papers.
In the audiocassette letter my parents sent relatives stateside shortly after she was born, they describe her with typical parental giddiness.
A prerecorded audiocassette of relaxation and meditation is available from the American Yoga Association see Resources.
A movingly dramatic reading of “The Shawl” by actress Claire Bloom was featured in 1995 on Jewish Short Stories from Eastern Europe and Beyond, a National Public Radio series subsequently published on audiocassette by the National Yiddish Book Center.
My mom had the audiocassette version of that book.
But mix-tape making, like the audiocassette itself which is now more than 40 years old, has become a relic.
This January, Ghul Agha received an audiocassette of Mullah Omar praising the virtue of self-sacrifice.