Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of stereo.

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Examples

  • Beem, who quit golf in 1995 and went to work selling cellular phones and stereos, is demonstrating that even on one of golf's biggest stages, it's OK to play at a brisk pace.

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  • However, we now have these fancy things called stereos that have replaced the beloved record player and we have our own caller, so no recorded scratchy-voiced man.

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  • It took him a moment to recognize the face -- then he recalled stereos he'd seen.

    Dead Giveaway

  • In an economic downturn, food sales are generally more stable than big-ticket items, such as stereos, furniture or washing machines.

    Tesco, Metro See Struggles Ahead

  • This includes most lower-end electronics (such as stereos, clock radios etc).

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  • Try to pack all electronic equipment, such as stereos, in the original boxes.

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  • Try to pack all electronic equipment, such as stereos, in the original boxes.

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  • Look for spas with practical entertainment features such as stereos with integrated memory to store digital music, USB ports, docking stations for your iPod, MP3 plugs and subwoofers.

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  • Things such as stereos, GPS, cell phones, and MP3 players can deplete a battery quickly, and if the vehicle is not driven enough distance each day, it will not be able to recharge itself.

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  • Chapter 49 of the San Francisco Police Code states that devices such as stereos and TVs must be "inaudible within a distance of 50 feet" between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.

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