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- adj. That can be heard; audible
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. perceptible by the ear. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. heard or perceptible by the ear
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Julieta Venegas 'newest album, "Sí", is surprisingly "hearable" - clear and simple lyrics, fairly well enunciated throughout.
I added subtitles to it since the audio might not be that "hearable" and the text didn't really appear well while recording.
Or on the first panicky glance at the vast hall that once was crowded, the barely hearable gasp and soft stumble of the one beside you?
In case any of that has gone lost on his audience, he has taken to collaborating with Bon Iver and covering Joni Mitchell both hearable on a new EP called "Enough Thunder".
The song was made up not only of words and hearable melody but the melody of motion, in which everyone, whether they could hear sounds or not, participated.
I could not care less about buying the stuff Starbucks is peddling, be it edible, drinkable or hearable … everything is unbearable
When the messanger of the risen sun, (see other oriel) shall give to every seeable a hue and to every hearable a cry and to each spectacle his spot and to each happening her houram.
Inventor Jose Hernandez-Rebollar has invented an electronic glove that transforms American Sign Language hand-gestures into readable or hearable text, to help deaf people communicate more easily with hearing folks.
BRYANT: And is somebody like Esthero hearable on the radio?
There was no heartbeat hearable on Tues at the Doctor's office, so Beth went to the Dr again on Wednesday am to be sure ... no heartbeat again.