[ lin-ee-er-trak-ing ]
/ ˈlɪn i ərˈtræk ɪŋ /
(of a tone arm) designed to move across a phonograph record in a straight line, instead of an arc, so that as the needle tracks the groove, its orientation remains unchanged.
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