Examples of cassette in a Sentence
The songs are available on cassette.
Recent Examples of cassette from the Web
The bar itself is made of speakers, a wall is covered with cassette tapes, dancing is encouraged.
Collectibles to stop the sale of 22 of her personal items, including her underwear, a hairbrush still containing her hair, cassette tapes of unreleased recordings, and personal letters from the late rapper Tupac Shakur.
So they were manufactured on CD and cassette but no vinyl.
The store buys and sells new and used rock, jazz and soul records — from artists like David Bowie and Smashing Pumpkins — in addition to retro turntables, cassette tapes and more.
The brothers highlight her love of music—including her diverse collection of cassette tapes, ranging from R&B musicians Lionel Richie and George Michael to Luciano Pavarotti, her favorite opera singer.
A box of cassette tapes by Lionel Richie, Sir Elton John, and more, a childhood typewriter, and a school trunk are among the special pieces, most of which were chosen by Princess Diana's sons Prince William and Prince Harry, according to CNN.
Their homemade mix tapes on actual cassettes range from Ethiopian wedding songs to zydeco tunes.
And her cassette tapes aren't as important this time around.
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Origin and Etymology of cassette
First Known Use: 1793See Words from the same year
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