American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to humanly audible sound.
- adj. Of or relating to the broadcasting, reproduction, or reception of sound.
- adj. Of or relating to high-fidelity sound reproduction.
- n. The part of television or movie equipment that has to do with sound.
- n. The broadcasting, reception, or reproduction of sound.
- n. Audible sound.
- n. A sound signal: lost the audio during the broadcast.
- adj. Of or relating to audible sound.
- adj. Of or relating to the broadcasting or reproduction of sound, especially high-fidelity reproduction.
- n. A sound, or a sound signal
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the part of a transmitted signal which conveys the sound of the event represented by the signal, such as that of a television program.
- n. an audible acoustic wave frequency.
- n. the sound elements of television.
- n. the audible part of a transmitted signal
- n. a recording of acoustic signals
- n. an audible acoustic wave frequency
- n. the sound elements of television
- From Latin audiō ("hear, listen") (Wiktionary)
- From audio-. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“This always happen if you have many audio files from different songs with the same "audio# file name in your computer" and if you select a wrong audio file”
“Unfortunately, for me, the audio is almost impossible to hear.”
“There are about 10000 articles on KidsHealth in English and Spanish, and the audio is available in both languages.”
“I'm pretty sure that "audio" is not a piece of the EM spectrum, it just describes sound, which is a different phenomenon altogether.”
“What was most damning IMO about the comment caught in audio is that it revealed that Brown didn’t really even care about the woman’s concerns and just dismissed them as “bigoted” and by extension dismissed other Britons (including many in the Labour Party) who might identify with this woman’s concerns.”
“I hope this universe will be available in audio – novels and novellas.”
“Sadly, my story was not shortlisted, so I present it today (in audio) as an example of redrafting and critique.”
“One part Brit, one part Kiwi and a smattering of the usual OMG! goodness – but in audio form.”
“Should Obama prefer to listen to the books on his iPod, four are available in audio format with a total running time of nearly 40 hours.”
“If you come into a small pile of cash, you might also considering picking up some of the the Dresden books in audio format, read by the delicious James Marsters (Spike from Buffy and Angel.)”
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