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Etymology edit

From radio +‎ gramophone.

Noun edit

radiogramophone (plural radiogramophones)

  1. (radio, historical) A gramophone record player that incorporates a radio receiver. [from 20th c.]
    Synonym: radiogram
    • 1952, Doris Lessing, Martha Quest, Panther, published 1974, page 195:
      There was a bare wooden floor, and in one corner a large radiogramophone.

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