adverb see monophonic

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  • monophonically — adv. in the manner of a single voice, by a single voice mÉ‘nəʊ fÉ‘nɪklɪ / mÉ’nəʊ fÉ’nɪklɪ …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • monophonic — adjective Date: circa 1864 1. having a single unaccompanied melodic line 2. of or relating to sound transmission, recording, or reproduction involving a single transmission path • monophonically adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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