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  1. au·di·o·tape
    IPA[ˈôdēōˌtāp]
  2. noun

    • 1. magnetic tape on which sound can be recorded:

      artists are free to experiment with new forms such as film and audiotape
    • 2. a length of audio tape, typically in the form of a cassette.

    verb

    • 1. record (sound) on tape:

      each interview was audiotaped and transcribed
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: audio tape, plural noun: audio tapes

    • v.: verb: audiotape, 3rd person present: audiotapes, gerund or present participle: audiotaping, past tense: audiotaped, past participle: audiotaped

    • noun

      magnetic tape which is used to make digital sound recordings of very high quality.
    • noun

      magnetic tape which is used to make digital sound recordings of very high quality.
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