- n. Plural form of earbud.
“A story that we touched on the other day, the -- what they call earbuds ...”
“In the course of a Slashdot discussion on Steve Jobs vs. Zune, we are informed that sharing iPod earbuds is a dreadfully unsanitary practice.”
“However, if someone wearing earbuds is struck, current may travel along the wires into the ears, said Gregory Stewart of the Denver-based Lightning Reference Center.”
“2 NIB Garmin earbuds for Rhinos - 25.00 for both, no shipping chrge.”
“If wearing earbuds is against your office’s rules, what other subtle yet effective techniques could you use to minimise interruptions?”
“Coming up next, though, on AMERICAN MORNING, before you pop those -- the things -- you know, the ear phones -- those are the ones that pop right into your ear, they're called earbuds -- you might want to think about your ear health.”
“The experts say hours and hours of listening with those tiny little earphones called earbuds can actually cause shock and awe to your ears.”
“Apple makes this thing called an iPod - and it comes with these things called earbuds,' I want to tell her, but don't.”
“Sort of! bonus: each Rezound will ship with a pair of Beats earbuds, which is still a hell of a lot better than the earbuds any other smartphone comes with.”
“I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because the earbuds are a joke. iPod Nano”
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