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A turntable or phonograph (or record-deck/-player in UK) is a device for playing sound recordings.
Turntable may also refer to:
- Lazy Susan or turntable, a rotating tray
- "Turntable" (song), a song by TLC from 3D
- "Turntables" (song), a song by Ciara from Fantasy Ride
- Turntable.fm, an interactive music-sharing service
- Railway turntable, a device used at some railroad facilities to turn locomotives or other rolling stock around
- Car turntable, a motorized or manual device, usually installed in a driveway or on a garage floor, that rotates a motor vehicle to facilitate an easier or safer egress of the vehicle
- Turntable, a part of an articulated bus or other vehicle directly over pivoting joint, which preserves continuity of a floor during articulation
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- Turntablism, using the device as a modern musical instrument
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