In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Next you will want to get some cables to connect up your tape recorder and other audio equipment.
- When my tape recorder broke down, she knew who had a tape recorder and offered to borrow it for me.
- The tape recorder was great because I could record TV programmes while I was out.
- I was also always the guy in the band with the tape recorder recording rehearsals and gigs.
- The drummer didn't tell me to turn off the tape recorder, nor did he ask me not to print his remark.
- Of course the reporter, being a good reporter, had his tape recorder going.
- With tape recorder and notebook, she sits with them and records their language.
- If you set a tape recorder running at a noisy party you would most likely hear something resembling a confused babble.
- He fished a tape recorder from his jeans pocket and put it on the table between him and the two women.
- You no more understand the words coming out of your mouth than a tape recorder understands the words coming out of its loudspeaker.
- With techno music blaring from a tape recorder, the pub's clientele could hardly contain themselves.
- I usually manage to jump up, get a tape recorder and get it down.
- The table was littered with coffee cups, half-full ashtrays, the daily papers and a tape recorder.
- Remember the old spy movies where any gadget could be fit inside a pen, be it a tape recorder, a radio or a bomb?
- The group leader was given an honorarium to lead and administer the groups and operate the tape recorder.
- Armed with an early tape recorder he set about recording the folk songs and stories that many believed had disappeared.
- The output was recorded on a stereo tape recorder, and they listened in with earphones.
- Upon receiving them from him, she would plug in her tape recorder, clip on her microphone and go to it.
- He cracked a couple of jokes, plonked himself into a large armchair and offered to shout to ensure that my tape recorder could hear him.
- She brought her tape recorder too, in hopes that she could get something out of her today.
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