Recent Examples of earphone from the Web
For instance, the brand's Crossover Blazer ($325) includes an earphone channel that lets women thread their buds or bluetooth wire through their blazer sleeve.
Customers are shown that products such as 659-pound ($856) Sonos wireless soundbars and 139-pound Beats by Dr Dre wireless earphones can't be bought elsewhere for less.
Inspired by the shape of vintage records, these little earphones, which come in several colors, appear to have fashion’s big names and stars listening.
About $130 and a pair of earphone were reported stolen from a vehicle parked at Lyons Township High School, at 4900 Willow Springs Road, between 7:40 a.m. and 1 p.m. May 10.
Thirty years ago on April 6, Al Campanis sat behind home plate in Houston’s Astrodome and put on earphones.
Walnut Street, 12:34 p.m. March 9 A man wearing a grey jacket entered a store and stole cologne and earphones.
The BeatsX earphones are the latest attempt by Apple Inc. to nudge us into a wire-free future.
With your earphones on, there’s no distinguishing between the live and the prerecorded, a blurring that allows Mr. McBurney to conduct very immediate-feeling conversations with his past selves.
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First Known Use of earphone
EARPHONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of earphone for English Language Learners
: a device that is worn over or inserted into the ear and is used for listening to something (such as music or a radio) without having other people hear it
EARPHONE Defined for Kids
Definition of earphone for Students
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