A once novel concept completely and utterly destroyed by Clear Channel, which owns every radio station and only plays three shitty songs in steady rotation.
I just heard this song three minutes ago on the radio!
by combat_rock November 8, 2003
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a device that plays music in your car that tyler joseph does not have
somebody stole tylers joseph's car radio
by pizza sauce December 8, 2015
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Hands down the worst way to find REAL music. The radio only plays what they WANT you to hear. Today, they just want you to hear songs that only talk about Sex, Partying. And playing music for the money, the power, and the so called fame.

The radio is really annoying, They play the same 10 songs that are "in" NON-STOP, ALL DAY & EVERYDAY.
Man I can't listen to the radio anymore, they play the same crap pop music every FUCKING day!
by Borgie Baby October 19, 2011
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A labeling machine. A punk song will go on the radio loved by posers for a short time then go off known as "old" or "pop" forever more.
random that listens to the radio: Did you hear that (insert once good song here) on 92.9?
other random that listens to the radio: Like oh my god! That is so old! That new pussycat dolls song is way better and fresh.
me: *adds randoms and 92.9 to "to shoot" list*
by Sammy G. March 8, 2006
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A typo of “Ratio”. Can also be used same as ratio.

It came first from TikTok when someone commented a feedback on the video, then the first replied said “Radio”. After that someone screenshoted it and post it on reddit which makes it more famous.
Person 1: Dream and Dream SMP is a masterpiece

Person 2: Radio
by Soundoum January 15, 2022
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Ted the DJ: Radio is defined "Theater of mind," and so when he said theater of mind I just said, "Well hey, I can't be an actor, I can't be an on air personality," but THE VOICE JUST BECAME something of a development over years and I went to school for it.
by tyler2k January 5, 2011
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A source of media in which an AM or FM station broadcasts though a transmitter and is received through a tuner. Radio stations come in many genres like talk radio, hit music, rock, country, sports talk, religious broadcasting, etc. A typical FM/AM Radio in America ranges from the frequencies of 87.7 to 107.9 on the FM band and 530 to 1710 on the AM band.
"Hey Daniel, turn the radio to 101.9 FM, my favorite radio show is on!"
by MOREDAYS1 January 16, 2016
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