- n. A pair of speakers worn over or in the ears so only the wearer can hear the sound.
- head + phone (Wiktionary)
“Also, having high-quality headphones is good too because there's less electrical resistance in the cord, meaning higher volume on a lower setting (and less power exerted by your iPod).”
“Ms. Rosenfeld has found her own tactics: she isolates herself before tournaments, plugs in headphones and blasts "Alejandro" by Lady Gaga.”
“The cop scared the heck out of me, but after informing me that driving with headphones is illegal, he was kind enough to give me a written warning, telling me "You look like you have a better uses for the $106 the ticket would cost.”
“Later on I traded for headphones from the Russians, who cleaned the compound.”
“It's all about glamorous gizmos, like the D. J.-tested, matte-black TMA-1 headphones from the Danish company AIAIAI (tma-1. com), which go on sale later this summer”
“Bluetooth as well as the word headphones and similar terms.”
“This recent survey from RealWorld RealResearch and reported on by japan. internet.com into earphones and headphones is one I’d like to see the full results for, as I’d like to learn more about why people buy new ‘phones; how much is being forced due to breakage, and how much is due to dissatisfaction with the stock set.”
“The single speaker isn't stereo, but you can get stereo output when you plug in headphones.”
“The black box is simple, with a handle, a metal switch and jacks for plugging in headphones.”
“It was a simple black box with a handle, metal switch and jacks for plugging in headphones.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘headphones’.
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includes words of the "Prodcom list"
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relating to sound
Nouns that are common in plural form but are non-existent or rarely used in singular form.
A sort of stuffie of words/phrases that include "head"
head of cattle, out of one's head, head of the stairs, come to a head, head of steam, head of the page, win by a head, head taller, headway, fountainhead, heads or tails, hit the nail on t... and 143 more...
a list I'm making with Saul
objects that are often, or at least can be, referred to in pairs
Looking for tweets for headphones.