Subaud Sub*aud", v. t. [L. subaudire, subauditum; sub under + audire to hear.] To understand or supply in an ellipsis. [R.] [1913 Webster]

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  • subaud — subaud, v. Gram. rare. (səˈbɔːd) [ad. late L. subaudīre (tr. Gr. ὑπακούειν), f. sub sub 25 + audīre to hear.] trans. To supply mentally or ‘understand’ (a word or words) to complete the sense or the construction. in Webster …   Useful english dictionary

  • subaudio — subaudˈio (↑audio) adj(4) • • • Main Entry: ↑sub …   Useful english dictionary

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