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[ahy-pod] /ˈaɪˌpɒd/
Digital Technology, Trademark.
a brand of portable digital media player:
These instructions tell you how to download or transfer songs to your iPod. Unabridged
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Examples from the web for iPod
  • Finally he stood, walked over to an aquarium, and dropped the iPod in the tank.
  • Next comes the idea for the product: an iPod, a new computer, a camera phone.
  • It might not mean an iPod in every pot, but it would help innovators get their tinkers out of their garages and into our lives.
  • Or figure out the algorithm behind the shuffle feature on my iPod.
  • Instead, what others would see in your purchase of an iPod was the indication that you were a savvy digital music owner.
  • My neck loop allows me to enjoy all the neat stuff in mp3 and iPod format.
  • Those colorful, silhouetted dancing iPod ads never mention a single feature-except how cool it makes you.
  • It doesn't matter today's pedestrians wear an iPod anyway.
  • If you're walking around anyway, you may as well use that energy you create to charge your phone, iPod and laptop.
  • So you can plug in your iPod and watch it work as its own speaker.
British Dictionary definitions for iPod


trademark a small portable digital audio player capable of storing thousands of tracks downloaded from the internet or transferred from a CD
Derived Forms
iPodder, noun
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