Recent Examples of vinyl from the Web
Vinyl fans have reason to visit Dallas on Saturday.
Using audio from the original tapes from the 1970s, a small team in California has put the Golden Record on vinyl for the first time.
McKay said vinyl was on life support in the mid-80s, with the coming of the CD.
Instagram influencers have taken to using the bags as a way to display the belongings held within — think of it as a summery alternative to those transparent vinyl bags that retail for way less.
A modest three-bedroom with a Marine Corps flag out front, it is nestled in a cul-de-sac among dozens of identical vinyl-sided homes.
Meanwhile, companies that still produce vinyl have struggled to keep up with demand.
But instead of disappearing into the ether, vinyl has been making a comeback.
Vinyl siding, which covers the wood of the two-unit structure, is discolored and buckling.
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Origin and Etymology of vinyl
First Known Use: 1863See Words from the same year
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Definition of vinyl for English Language Learners
: a plastic material that is used to make records, clothing, etc., and as a covering for floors, walls, furniture, etc.
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