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1audible

adjective au·di·ble \ˈ-də-bəl\

: heard or able to be heard

Full Definition of AUDIBLE

:  heard or capable of being heard
au·di·bil·i·ty \ˌ-də-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun
au·di·bly \ˈ-də-blē\ adverb

Examples of AUDIBLE

  1. Her voice was barely audible over the noise.
  2. He let out an audible sigh.

Origin of AUDIBLE

Late Latin audibilis, from Latin audire to hear; akin to Greek aisthanesthai to perceive, Sanskrit āvis evidently
First Known Use: 1529

Rhymes with AUDIBLE

2audible

noun

Definition of AUDIBLE

:  a substitute offensive or defensive play called at the line of scrimmage in football

First Known Use of AUDIBLE

1961

3audible

verb
audibledaudibling \-b(ə-)liŋ\

Definition of AUDIBLE

intransitive verb
:  to call an audible <audibled to a pass play — Peter King>

First Known Use of AUDIBLE

1974

audible

adjective au·di·ble \ˈd-ə-bəl\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of AUDIBLE

:  heard or capable of being heard
au·di·bil·i·ty \ˌd-ə-ˈbil-ət-ē\ noun, plural au·di·bil·i·ties
au·di·bly \ˈd-ə-blē\ adverb

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