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- noun electronic equipment consisting of a combination of a radio receiver and a record player
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Behind them the radio-gramophone was playing dance tunes, softly and continuously.
For a time they sat disconsolate over the litter of their meal, not talking very much, depressed by rather mournful dance tunes from the radio-gramophone, all about thwarted love.
Behind them the radio-gramophone was churning out its grievances -
Not far away from them a radio-gramophone was churning out a long sequence of records that made private conversation possible even in that crowded room -
They shut away the model ships and fire-bucket wastepaper baskets in a store cupboard and introduced a prodigious radio-gramophone; they hung their own pictures in place of the Bartolozzi prints, but the house retained its character, and Roger and Lucy, each in a different way, looked out of place there.
The Complete Stories Waugh, Evelyn 1998
Old Jimmy Wyke and his brothers, who played accordions, must practise together and take turn about with the radio-gramophone.
Died in the Wool Marsh, Ngaio, 1895-1982 1945