Album (noun)

  1. A collection of recordings, typically of music, on a CD, record, or digital format.
  2. A book in which to keep photographs, stamps, or other collections.

Origin:

Mid 19th century: from latin, neuter of albus "white" (the original albums were blank books for the insertion of leaves on which to mount photographs or clippings).

Examples:

  1. The album was a commercial success.
  2. He released a new album last year.
  3. The album is a collection of his greatest hits.
  4. She has an album of stamps from different countries.
  5. He made an album of his wedding photos.
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