/ (ˌriːprəˈdjuːsə) /
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a person or thing that makes reproductions
a complete sound reproduction system
another name for loudspeaker
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How to use reproducer in a sentence
Siva is at once the Destroyer and the Reproducer, the emblem of life and death—the god of sound philosophical doctrine.Forty Thousand Miles Over Land and Water|Lady (Ethel Gwendoline [Moffatt]) Vincent
Consonant qualities are never strong, and it is easy so to damp the reproducer that only the vowel intensities are heard.
The phonograph, now carrying the reproducer—if possible without a horn, as the tones are truer—was started.
In dealing with these records I have tried to be a faithful interpreter or reproducer of a tale that has been told to me.In the Line of Battle|Various
He has been reckoned by many the inventor, or at least the reproducer in modern times, of the mock heroic style.