Definition of 'cassette'
Example sentences containing 'cassette'
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Time to throw away those old cassettes. The Sun (2012)They played a cassette tape of mournful war songs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It must have been audio cassettes he used for work. The Sun (2010)Their education comes via cassette tapes recorded by their mother. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is available on eight audio cassettes. Christianity Today (2000)The sound it made when loading a game from a cassette tape is imprinted in the minds of a generation. The Sun (2014)Beside the half-full sink was an old radio cassette. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The visuals are no problem, but one show also uses sound from an audio cassette. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In the old days it was only libraries that could afford to find room for CDs and cassettes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I put fingers in my ears and then pointed at the cassette deck. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)THE eject button has been pressed on the audio cassette for the very last time. The Sun (2007)I used to play the double cassette with my older brother for hours on end in our bedroom. The Sun (2013)And I still have lots of old cassette tapes. The Sun (2009)Since then music has gone from being sold on vinyl to cassette tapes, CDs and now digitally online. The Sun (2012)Previously, to buy an audiobook you were shackled to where your CD or cassette player was. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A standard feature on cars since 1902, drum brakes are going the same way as the cassette deck. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Trends of 'cassette'
In Common Usage. cassette is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cassette'
British English: cassette /kæˈsɛt/ NOUN
A cassette is a small, flat, rectangular, plastic container with magnetic tape inside, which is used for recording and playing back sounds.
- American English: cassette
- Arabic: كَاسِيت
- Brazilian Portuguese: fita cassete
- Chinese: 盒式磁带
- Croatian: kazeta
- Czech: kazeta
- Danish: kassette
- Dutch: cassette
- European Spanish: casete
- Finnish: kasetti
- French: cassette
- German: Kassette
- Greek: κασέτα
- Italian: cassetta
- Japanese: カセット
- Korean: 카세트
- Norwegian: kassett
- Polish: kaseta
- European Portuguese: cassete
- Romanian: casetă
- Russian: кассета
- Spanish: casete
- Swedish: kassett
- Thai: ตลับเทป
- Turkish: kaset
- Ukrainian: касета
- Vietnamese: băng cassette
Definition of cassette from the Collins English Dictionary
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