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  • At this point he looked away from the turntable to face her.
  • At either end of the line both tracks led to a turntable.
  • The station originally was built with a turntable, which is no longer in existence.
  • The car was turned about on a turntable at the end of each trip.
  • Through the use of a turntable, the boat was turned away from the screen.
  • Operating a large tender engine was difficult though, on a line without a turntable.
  • It is similar in function to a turntable, though it cannot be used to turn equipment around.
  • The museum is still being built with the turntable in place.
  • One side plays in a CD player, while the other side plays on a turntable.
  • The overall look of the turntable was given an award by Industrial Design magazine.
  • It is made from moving the record on the turntable by hand.
  • The only physical link between the two lines was a turntable.
  • The train would then be prepared for its return journey on the turntable just outside the pier.
  • During this period, he also became known for his turntable skills and multi-genre sets.
  • A direct-drive turntable is one of the three main phonograph designs currently being produced.
  • The turntable has been reinstated, and the original two-road engine shed brought back into use.
  • A turntable remains here used by steam locomotives a couple of times a year.
  • The site of this early station was cleared and eventually became the turntable road (see below).
  • Examples of turntable effects can also be found on popular records produced in the 1960s and 1970s.
  • They then wait on raised platforms above a round canal with a turntable in the middle.
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Words starting with turntable

Meaning of turntable

  • noun A circular horizontal platform that rotates a phonograph record while it is being played
  • noun A revolving tray placed on a dining table
  • noun A rotatable platform with a track; used to turn locomotives and cars