American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An MPEG standard used especially for digitally transmitting music over the Internet.
- n. A file containing a song or other audio data that is encoded using this standard: The band released its latest single as an MP3 on the Internet.
- From MP(EG-1 layer) 3. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Simply paste text into a web form from any source, hit the Create MP3″ button, and you can then listen through a Flash-based player or download an MP3 for later listening.”
“•MP3 player: Enables you to send and listen to MP3 files without the need to convert files”
“To this day they trumpet their dominance of the “dedicated MP3″ player market even though their two flagship products are a PDA/handheld gaming system and a smartphone, while they don’t count any other PDAs, handheld gaming systems or smartphones in those “dedicated MP3 player” numbers.”
“Five MP3 files that comprise a Scanner work titled Surface Noise are available for free download on his website here; to access them, visit the site and click on the MP3″ tab on the site’s top bar.”
“You can't think of the term MP3 player without the iPod coming to mind.”
“It's supposed to show a message every few seconds if a pendrive with the label MP3 is plugged into the computer.”
“We all know the MP3 is an unrestricted open format!”
“Podcastin 'MP3's (say to the tune of Big Pimpin') (Music (For Robots))”
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