Definition of 'CD player'
Example sentences containing 'CD player'
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With a fanfare of trumpets from the school's CD player, the performance began. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)She switched off the CD player and tried to find something amusing on the TV. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)Marlette moved to the desk and used the remote control to switch off the CD player. THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2002)
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Used Occasionally. CD player is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'CD player'
British English: CD player /siː diː ˈpleɪə/ NOUN
A CD player is a machine on which you can play CDs.
- American English: CD player
- Arabic: جِهَازُ القُرْصِ الـمَضْغُوط
- Brazilian Portuguese: CD player
- Chinese: 激光唱机
- Croatian: CD čitač
- Czech: CD přehrávač
- Danish: cd-afspiller
- Dutch: cd-speler
- European Spanish: reproductor de CD
- Finnish: CD-soitin
- French: lecteur de CD
- German: CD-Spieler
- Greek: συσκευή αναπαραγωγής δίσκων CD
- Italian: lettore CD
- Japanese: CDプレーヤー
- Korean: CD 플레이어
- Norwegian: CD-spiller
- Polish: odtwarzacz płyt kompaktowych
- European Portuguese: leitor de CD
- Romanian: player de CD-uri
- Russian: проигрыватель компакт-дисков
- Spanish: reproductor de CD
- Swedish: CD-spelare
- Thai: เครื่องเล่นซีดี
- Turkish: CD çalar
- Ukrainian: програвач компакт-дисків
- Vietnamese: máy chạy đĩa CD
Definition of CD player from the Collins English Dictionary
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