a brand name for a kind of portable audio player, especially a cassette player and radio, used with headphones.
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How to use Walkman in a sentence
They then turned on either or both DNA promotors using chemicals, like clicking “record” on a Walkman.New DNA ‘Camcorders’ Can Record ‘Movies’ of a Cell’s Development Through Time | Shelly Fan | August 2, 2022 | Singularity Hub
While the Walkman still has its fans among analog aficionados, it’s far less popular among music-lovers than other older technologies like record players—largely because the audio quality of cassette tapes was never that good.
Forty-three years ago, on July 1, 1979, the Sony Walkman went on sale for the very first time.
People had been carrying around music for several years – transistor radios, the Walkman, etc.
Remember the first Walkman, introduced in 1979, with its tubby buttons and workmanlike profile.Space Shuttle Enterprise: Flashback to an Icon of ‘70s Design | Blake Gopnik | July 18, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for Walkman
trademark a small portable media player with light headphones
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