long-playing

[lawng-pley-ing, long-]
adjective
of or pertaining to microgroove records devised to be played at 331/3 revolutions per minute.

Origin:
1945–50

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long-playing
 
adj
of or relating to an LP (long-playing record)

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Example sentences
Long-playing records did not make live concerts obsolete.
The more long-playing the tape, the thinner the tape stock.
One is reminded of the pragmatists' disdain for long-playing records when compact disks arrived.
Operations were cut back, and experimentation began with long-playing records.
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