Recent Examples of recorder from the Web
Balderson will face Democrat Danny O'Connor, the Franklin County recorder, in the Aug. 7 special election.
The musicians play fiddle, Irish bouzouki, mandolin, accordion, guitar, banjo and baroque recorders.
In the master bedroom of Jungerman’s home, investigators found an audio recorder on which Jungerman had taped a Nov. 16, 2017, court hearing in an unrelated case.
The director, RaMell Ross (also credited as writer, producer, editor, cinematographer and sound recorder), chronicles several years in the lives of two young African-American men and their families.
So on a later trip, Mello brought audio recorders designed to capture ultrasonic bat calls.
In light of the Young-Harrison confrontation why wouldn't the tours consider placing an audio recorder on every umpire's chair?
Investigators recovered a camera from the front of the Amtrak train and were looking for the data recorders from the two trains.
Roland will introduce the handheld R-07 high-resolution audio recorder designed for artists, journalists and students.
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RECORDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of recorder for English Language Learners
: a device that records sounds or images or both so that they can be heard or seen again
: a musical instrument that is shaped like a tube with holes and that is played by blowing into the top of the tube
: a judge in some courts of law
RECORDER Defined for Kids
Definition of recorder for Students
- a digital video recorder
legal Definition of recorder
- a recorder of deeds
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