audio-
combining form Etymology: Latin audire to hear — more at audible 1. hearing <
audiometer
>
2. sound <
audiophile
>
3. auditory and <
audiovisual
>

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  • audio — 1 Element de compunere care înseamnă (eu) aud , servind la auz , solicitând auzul . [Pr: a u di o] – Din lat., fr. audio . Trimis de ana zecheru, 08.07.2002. Sursa: DEX 98  AÚDIO2 adj. invar. Care serveşte la perceperea auditivă. [pr.: a u di o] …   Dicționar Român

  • Audio — may refer to: * Sound that is capable of being heard ** Sound recording and reproduction ** Natural acoustic audio ** Audio frequencies * Audio content ** Audio book, a sound recording of a book ** Audio content file format *** Windows Media… …   Wikipedia

  • Audio — (lateinisch ich höre, von audire ‚hören‘) wird als Bestandteil von Wörtern verwendet, die mit Hören oder Tontechnik zu tun haben (z. B. Audioanlage, Audiometer, Auditorium). Audio bezieht sich auf den menschlichen Hörbereich, der den… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Audio+ — is posed as an alternative to Apple s enhanced podcast format and was developed by Mike Versteeg. It allows images to be included alongside traditional podcasted audio, which is then downloaded and viewed offline. One of the biggest advantages of …   Wikipedia

  • audio — [ odjo ] adj. inv. • 1982; de audi(o) ♦ Qui concerne l enregistrement ou la transmission des sons (opposé à vidéo). Cassettes audio. ● audio adjectif invariable Qui concerne l enregistrement ou la transmission des sons. audio adj. inv. et n. inv …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • audio — n. the part of a transmitted signal which conveys the sound of the event represented by the signal, such as that of a television program. they always raise the audio for commercials Syn: sound. [WordNet 1.5] 2. 1 an audible acoustic wave… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • audio — sound, especially recorded or transmitted, 1934, abstracted from prefix audio (in audio frequency, 1919, etc.), from L. audire hear (see AUDIENCE (Cf. audience)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • audio — adjetivo 1. (invariable) [Técnica, dispositivo] que se relaciona con la grabación, transmisión y reproducción del sonido: El aparato incorpora un sistema audio único. Los sensores audio de esta casa son muy modernos …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • audio — (Del ingl. audio, y este del lat. audĭo, yo oigo). m. Técnica relacionada con la reproducción, grabación y transmisión del sonido. U. t. c. adj.) …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • audio- — UK US /ɔːdiəʊ / prefix ► relating to hearing or sound: »The theatre regularly has audio described performances for blind people. »an audiotape …   Financial and business terms

  • audio — / audjo/ s.m. [dal tema del lat. audire ascoltare , per influenza dell ingl. audio ], invar. 1. (telecom.) [parte destinata alla trasmissione o alla ricezione dei suoni] ▶◀ ‖ sonoro, voce. ◀▶ video. 2. (radiotel.) [in un apparecchio televisivo,… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

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