Audibly

  • 1 Audibly — Au di*bly, adv. So as to be heard. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 audibly — adv. Audibly is used with these verbs: ↑gasp, ↑sigh …

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  • 3 audibly — audible ► ADJECTIVE ▪ able to be heard. DERIVATIVES audibility noun audibly adverb. ORIGIN Latin audibilis, from audire hear …

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  • 4 audibly — adverb in an audible manner he spoke audibly • Ant: ↑inaudibly • Derived from adjective: ↑audible …

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  • 5 audibly — adverb see audible I …

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  • 6 audibly — See audibility. * * * …

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  • 7 audibly — adverb In context of possibility of being heard; in an audible manner …

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  • 8 audibly — adv. in an audible voice, out loud …

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  • 9 audibly — au·di·bly …

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  • 10 audibly — See: audible …

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  • 11 out loud — audibly. → loud …

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  • 12 Analog sound vs. digital sound — Analog sound versus digital sound compares the two ways in which sound is recorded and stored. Actual sound waves consist of continuous variations in air pressure. Representations of these signals can be recorded in either digital or analog… …

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  • 13 Comparison of analog and digital recording — This article compares the two ways in which sound is recorded and stored. Actual sound waves consist of continuous variations in air pressure. Representations of these signals can be recorded using either digital or analog techniques. An analog… …

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  • 14 tap dance — I noun a dance step tapped out audibly with the feet • Syn: ↑tap dancing • Hypernyms: ↑step dancing, ↑hoofing • Hyponyms: ↑soft shoe, ↑ …

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  • 15 Clock — For other uses, see Clock (disambiguation). Timepiece redirects here. For the Kenny Rogers album, see Timepiece (album). Platform clock at King s Cross railway station, London …

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  • 16 Repeater (horology) — A repeater is a complication in a mechanical watch or clock that audibly chimes the hours and often minutes at the press of a button. There are many types of repeater, from the simple repeater which merely strikes the number of hours, to the… …

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  • 17 Cardiac cycle — Cardiac events occurring in the cardiac cycle. Two complete cycles are illustrated. The cardiac cycle is a term referring to all or any of the events related to the flow or blood pressure that occurs from the beginning of one heartbeat to the… …

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  • 18 Bill of Rights — 1. a formal statement of the fundamental rights of the people of the United States, incorporated in the Constitution as Amendments 1 10, and in all state constitutions. 2. (sometimes l.c.) a similar statement of the fundamental rights of the… …

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  • 19 munch — muncher, n. /munch/, v.t. 1. to chew with steady or vigorous working of the jaws, often audibly. v.i. 2. to chew steadily or vigorously, often audibly. 3. munch out, Slang. to snack esp. extensively or frequently. n. 4. Informal. a snack. [1375… …

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  • 20 tap dance — a dance in which the rhythm or rhythmical variation is audibly tapped out with the toe or heel by a dancer wearing shoes with special hard soles or with taps. [‡1925 30] * * * Style of American theatrical dance using precise rhythmical patterns… …

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