jukebox definition

  • noun:
    • A money-operated phonograph or compact disk player, designed with pushbuttons the collection of specific recordings. See Local Note at juke1.
    • A coin-operated machine that plays taped songs; it's push-buttons to produce options.
    • An automated carousel for storage and retrieval of tapes, CD-ROMs, etc.
    • an application application capable of replaying songs from an electronic digital songs collection.
    • A phonograph or compact disc player with numerous disks, calling for the insertion of coins just before playing, and permitting an individual to pick the playing of every disc with its inventory. An early variation ended up being called the nickelodeon.
    • a data-storage unit having multiple compact discs, of which only 1 are online at any moment, which allows the user (through computer instructions) to select on-line use of any disc from the stock, in a fashion similar to a musical jukebox{1}.
    • a cabinet containing a computerized record-player; files are played by placing a coin

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