Ponograph definition, an instrument for graphically recording pain or muscular fatigue. See more.
Definition of phonograph. : an instrument for reproducing sounds by means of the vibration of a stylus or needle following a spiral groove on a revolving disc or cylinder.
Phonograph definition, any sound-reproducing machine using records in the form of cylinders or discs. See more.
n. A machine that reproduces sound by means of a stylus in contact with a grooved rotating disk. pho′no·graph′ic adj. pho′no·graph′i·cal·ly adv. Phonograph - definition of phonograph by The Free Dictionary. https://www.thefreedictionary.com/phonograph.
Phonograph (noun) an instrument for the mechanical registration and reproduction of audible sounds, as articulate speech, etc. It consists of a rotating cylinder or disk covered with some material easily indented, as tinfoil, wax, paraffin, etc., above which is a thin plate carrying a stylus.
A phonograph, in its later forms also called a gramophone (as a trademark since 1887, as a generic name in the UK since 1910) or since the 1940s called a record player, is a device for the mechanical and analogue recording and reproduction of sound.
phonograph ( third-person singular simple present phonographs, present participle phonographing, simple past and past participle phonographed ) ( transitive, dated) To record for playback by phonograph. ( transitive, dated) To transcribe into phonographic symbols.