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vinyl

(ˈvɑɪnlæ)
n. phonograph records. I got some new vinyl. Come over and listen.

on vinyl

In the medium of phonograph recordings: an old song available only on vinyl.
See also: on, vinyl
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John York, chief executive of European Vinyls Corp.
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