talking book
noun Date: 1932 audiobook

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Talking book — Álbum de Stevie Wonder Publicación 28 de octubre de 1972 Grabación 1972 Género(s) pop / soul / funk …   Wikipedia Español

  • Talking Book — Album par Stevie Wonder Sortie 28 octobre 1972 Enregistrement 1972 Durée 43:31 Genre R B, Soul …   Wikipédia en Français

  • talking book — n a book that has been recorded onto tape for blind people …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • talking book — ☆ talking book n. a recording of a reading of a book, etc. for use esp. by the blind …   English World dictionary

  • Talking Book — Infobox Album | Name = Talking Book Type = Album Artist = Stevie Wonder Released = October 28, 1972 Recorded = 1972 Genre = R B Length = 43:31 Label = Motown Producer = Stevie Wonder, Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil Reviews = * Allmusic… …   Wikipedia

  • talking book — UK [ˌtɔːkɪŋ ˈbʊk] / US [ˌtɔkɪŋ ˈbʊk] noun [countable] Word forms talking book : singular talking book plural talking books a cassette or cd that has the voice of someone reading a book recorded on it …   English dictionary

  • talking book — {n.} A book recorded by voice on phonograph records for blind people. * /Billy, who was blind, learned history from a talking book./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • talking book — {n.} A book recorded by voice on phonograph records for blind people. * /Billy, who was blind, learned history from a talking book./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • talking\ book — noun A book recorded by voice on phonograph records for blind people. Billy, who was blind, learned history from a talking book …   Словарь американских идиом

  • talking book — talk|ing book [ ,tɔkıŋ buk ] noun count a CASSETTE or CD that has the voice of someone reading a book recorded on it …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • talking book — talk′ing book′ n. a sound recording of readings of a book, magazine, or newspaper, often for use by the blind • Etymology: 1935–40 …   From formal English to slang

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