- abbr. high fidelity
“If you feel that your readers are so dim as to miss the gag, then, for heaven's sake, why not write something like, "WiFi, a pun on 'HiFi,' is a marketing term for the 802. 11b wireless standard, which allows computers to connect to the Internet at high speeds from distances of up to 300 feet.”
“If HiFi is what you’re after, you’re wasting your time sitting in pretty much any car.”
“The study describes evaluation of the new more affordable method, called the HiFi Blood 96, which types blood with DNA testing in a high-speed automated procedure.”
“WiFi is derived from high fidelity, but if WiFi * means* "wireless fidelity" then it means precisely nothing, because "wireless fidelity" is a nonsense phrase whose only meaning comes from the fact that you get a pun on "HiFi" when you shorten it.”
“VHS "HiFi" has normal linear tracks (for playback on non HiFi players) and separate HiFi stereo tracks encoded FM with the video.”
“Custom data types that are pre-defined in Tensilica's audio and communications DSPs, such as HiFi and ConnX D2, already have overloading definitions and pre-defined UDDFs so these benefits can be seen out-of-the-box.”
“Whereas in some cities the timid may take a year to emerge from the cocoon of the subsidised Union bars to engage with their new home, Leeds has become so famous for its clubbing that some clued-up freshers will no doubt be raring to visit lauded nights such as Basics and Subdub, plus clubs like Wire, HiFi and The Faversham.”
“Mike Stuto , the owner of HiFi Bar in the East Village, said there are between 500 to 600 transactions each month on the ATM outside his bar.”
“If you can deal with a local independent HiFi shop they are often the best way to go! —”
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