Translation for 'audible' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   audible | more audible | most audible
NOUN   an audible | audibles
VERB   to audible | audibled | audibled
audibling | audibles
SYNO audible | hearable
audible {adj} доловим [който може да се чуе]
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Translation for 'audible' from English to Bulgarian

audible {adj}
доловим [който може да се чуе]
Usage Examples English
  • The caller is informed about the progress of the call by the audible ringing signal, often called "ringback tone". Power ringing and audible ringing are not generally synchronized.
  • Audible thoughts, also called thought sonorisation, The first kind of audible thought, the voice and the thought appear simultaneously, was named by German psychiatrist August Cramer as Gedankenlautwerden, a German word stands for "thoughts become aloud".
  • Based upon the findings of Békésy, Greenwood placed four students under the age of 29 with presumably healthy cochleas in isolation chambers and introduced pure tones within the range of audible frequencies (20-20,000 Hz).
  • A silent alarm is a burglar alarm that makes no noise that is audible to the trespasser.
  • A full-range loudspeaker drive unit is defined as a driver which reproduces as much of the audible frequency range as possible, within the limitations imposed by the physical constraints of a specific design.

  • A stop with no audible release, also known as an unreleased stop or an applosive, is a stop consonant with no release burst: no audible indication of the end of its occlusion (hold).
  • Prospective buyers of media players can check the "Device Center" to verify whether the device will play .aa files, as well as play them at the desired level of audio fidelity.
  • In 2015, Audible issued "The Chimes" as a free audible book with Christmas well wishes from the company to its subscribers.
  • During a Typhoid epidemic in 1906, the Health Bureau was concerned noise from audible fire sirens used to alert volunteers would disturb patients.
  • Since the output frequency of the alternator was generally in the audible range, this produces an audible amplitude modulated (AM) signal.

  • The antenna uses audible vibrations in the skull to report information.
  • Most early papers using blind listening tests concluded that differences are not audible by the sample of listeners taking the test.
  • That is, the softest sound that is audible to these listeners is louder than the softest sound audible to normal listeners.
  • In physics, the term "ultrasound" applies to all acoustic energy with a frequency above the audible range of human hearing.
  • The quarterback has the freedom to audible to any play based on what the defense is showing him at the line of scrimmage.

  • A busy signal (or busy tone or engaged tone) in telephony is an audible call-progress tone or audible signal to the calling party that indicates failure to complete the requested connection of that particular telephone call.
  • An audio frequency or audible frequency (AF) is a periodic vibration whose frequency is audible to the average human.
  • "A 'musical process' as Christensen defines it is a highly complex dynamic phenomenon involving audible structures that evolve in the course of the musical performance ...
  • Minimal audible field and minimal audible pressure are important when considering calibration issues and they also illustrate that the human hearing is most sensitive in the 2–5 kHz range.
  • These categories are the vowel, which has audible sound but no contact lips or between tongue and the inside of the mouth; the semivowel, which has audible sound and contact (for example "s" and "r"); and the mute, which has contact and no sound by itself, becoming audible only with [...] that have a sound (for example "g" and "d").

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