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  • n. Plural form of hi-fi.

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Examples

  • At home I wrote bad poetry and painted water colours, mostly of ponies in fields; at school—there were only boys at my school—I played cricket competently, acted a little, hung around with my friends playing records the CD was around, but they were expensive and rare, and we had all inherited record players and hi-fis from parents or older siblings.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • The news that: More than £320,000 of taxpayers 'money has been spent on flat-screen televisions, hi-fis and DVD players for Whitehall departments, it has been reported.

    Labour waste

  • The second biggest bill was at the Treasury, which spent £42,000 on televisions, £25,000 on DVD players and £9,600 on hi-fis - despite Treasury Minister Yvette Cooper's claims to be leading a 'war on waste' across government.

    Labour waste

  • After all, how many young'uns even own proper hi-fis anymore?

    Tony Sachs: The Beatles Remastered: The Last Hurrah For CDs?

  • On March 16, 1978, with Jimmy Carter in the White House, Dick Cavett on late night TV and hi-fis on sale at Hecht's, Sarah McKee walked into the Arlington Central Library and borrowed a book.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • It was a Lifestyle that included hi-fis and party records, Salem and Dewar's, sexual emancipation and rejection of the Puritan work ethic as Hef's ubiquitous bathrobe testified.

    Does Christie Hefner Have Any Regrets?

  • The second biggest bill was at the Treasury, which spent £42,000 on televisions, £25,000 on DVD players and £9,600 on hi-fis - despite Treasury Minister Yvette Cooper's claims to be leading a "war on waste" across government.

    Waste at Whitehall: £320,000 on tellys for beancounters.

  • Stolen property including television sets, laptops, other computers, hi-fis and cameras.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Referring to earlier evidence by another SADF front company administrative official, Pat Leeson, who said she had bought and repacked appliances such as hi-fis and television sets for Basson in England before shipping it back to South Africa, with invoices stating that the boxes contained sophisticated equipment, Erasmus said everyone knew that things such as CD players were coming into the country.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Other stolen property seized includes televisions, computers, vehicles, hi-fis, firearms and various other electronic household items."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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