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n. A pair of speakers worn over or in the ears so only the wearer can hear the sound.
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Headphones is the self-titled debut album by Headphones . The album features David Bazan on keyboards, and Frank Lenz (of Starflyer 59 ) on drums. Tim Walsh (formerly of Pedro the Lion ) also contributed to the recording, albeit sparsely, as Bazan attested ...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ VERB use ▪ Some studies of portable cassette players found that test subjects used headphones at levels ranging from 65-112 decibels. EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ As if by magic, a stereo disc or tape heard through headphones produces ...
Usage examples of headphones.
He picked up a pair of headphones, plugged them into a jack, and put them on.
Her sleep mask was off, and her headphones, and Tish was spreading the white cotton blanket over her.
Even if Tish had taken the headphones off and Richard had shouted in her ear, she couldn't have heard them.
His coat was slung over the back of his chair and he was wearing headphones, old-fashioned ones with a band around the back of his head as well as over the top.
All we do is sit around with headphones on and raise our hands if we hear a beep.
Inside, red-and-black cloth-covered wires crossed and recrossed on a large wooden board, and coming from somewhere—the headphones, lying in front of the board—was an insistent ringing.
Inside, a man wearing headphones was sitting bent over a wireless key, listening.
He sat bent over the wireless key, his coat off, his headphones on over his blond hair, his finger jabbing fiercely at the telegraph key.
He turned impatiently, pulling one of the headphones away from his ear.
He leaned in front of the radio operator, tapped his headphones, and pointed to the sky.
He flicked his headphones over his head with one hand and felt for the play button on his MP3 player with the other.
Then he pulled on his headphones, rolled his jacket up under his head and shut the world out, leaving Turk to reconnoitre the buffet car for a few hours.
In a final ‘I dare you’ to the pool-bar waiter, he pulled on his headphones, adjusted his sunglasses, and folding his hands behind his head, closed his eyes as The Edge worked his magic.
He wrapped the headphones around his head, adjusted the volume to loud/extra bass, and hit the play button.
He slid his headphones on without waking her, and flicked the volume down low.