Sound

  • 61 sound — Synonyms and related words: Christian, able to pay, accepted, adamantine, admissible, advantageous, advertise, all there, announce, annunciate, appear, appear like, appraise, appreciate, approved, arm, armlet, articulate, aspect, assay, assess,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 62 sound — 1. The vibrations produced by a sounding body, transmitted by the air or other medium, and perceived by the internal ear. 2. An elongated cylindrical, usually curved, instrument of metal, used for exploring the bladder or other cavities of the… …

    Medical dictionary

  • 63 sound — I 1. noun 1) the sound of a car Syn: noise, din, racket, row, resonance, reverberation 2) she did not make a sound Syn: utterance, cry, word, noise, peep …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 64 Sound TV — Infobox TV channel dummy parameter= name= Sound TV logofile=soundtv.jpg logoalt=Sound TV s logo launch= 26 February 2005 closed date=Autumn 2005 former names= The Great British Television Channel (pre launch) availability note= At time of closure …

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  • 65 sound — sound1 noun 1》 vibrations which travel through the air or another medium and are sensed by the ear.     ↘a thing that can be heard.     ↘the area within which something can be heard. 2》 (also musical sound) sound produced by continuous and… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 66 sound — 1. adjective /saʊnd/ a) Healthy. He was safe and sound. b) Complete, solid, or secure. Fred assured me the floorboards were sound. 2. noun /saʊnd/ …

    Wiktionary

  • 67 Sound of… — Логотип Sound of 2012 Sound of…  ежегодный опрос, проводимый телерадиовещательной корпорацией Би би си среди деятелей музыкальной индустрии, чтобы выявить наиболее перспективные новые таланты в популярной музыке. В опросе принимают участ …

    Википедия

  • 68 sound — English has no fewer than four distinct words sound. The oldest, ‘channel, strait’ [OE], originally meant ‘swimming’. It came from a prehistoric Germanic *sundam, a derivative of the base *sum , *swem ‘swim’ (source of English swim). The sense… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 69 sound — English has no fewer than four distinct words sound. The oldest, ‘channel, strait’ [OE], originally meant ‘swimming’. It came from a prehistoric Germanic *sundam, a derivative of the base *sum , *swem ‘swim’ (source of English swim). The sense… …

    Word origins

  • 70 sound —     a) A relatively long, narrow waterway connecting two larger bodies of water (as a sea or lake with the ocean or another sea) or two parts of the same water body, or an arm of the sea forming a channel between the mainland and an island (e.g …

    Glossary of landform and geologic terms

  • 71 sound — saÊŠnd n. vibrations that can be detected by the human ear; noise; vocal utterance; range in which something can be heard; implication; meaningless noise; body of water which connects two larger bodies of water; ocean inlet v. make a noise; give… …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 72 sound — I. a. 1. Whole, entire, unbroken, uninjured, unhurt, unmutilated, unimpaired. 2. Healthy, hearty, hale, hardy, vigorous. 3. Perfect, undecayed, good. 4. Honest, honorable, blameless, virtuous, loyal. 5. Firm, strong, stable. 6. Sane, well… …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 73 sound — 1) gas bladder (a thin membranous, sometimes alveolated sac in the dorsal portion of the abdominal cavity. Composed of three layers, the tunica externa, the submucosa or middle layer and the tunica interna, all q.v. Contains a varying mixture of… …

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • 74 sound — I n 1. noise, utterance, sonance; tone, note, chord, music. 2. outcry, vociferation, clamor, din, hubbub, racket; shout, whoop, yell, roar; blare, blast, bang, rumble, jingle, tinkle, peal, ring, toll; clatter, clink, clank, creak, grate. See… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 75 sound — I To have reference or relation to; to aim at. An action is technically said to sound in tort or damages where it is brought not for the specific recovery of a thing, but for damages only. See sounding in damages II sound, adj Whole; in good… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 76 sound — See: HIGH SOUNDING, SAFE AND SOUND …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 77 sound — See: HIGH SOUNDING, SAFE AND SOUND …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 78 Sound — Fjord  Pour la race de chevaux, voir Fjord (cheval). Le Sognefjorden, Norvège vu d Aurland. Au fond, Flam …

    Wikipédia en Français

  • 79 sound — The immediate object of auditory perception, although the way we hear sounds is affected by such factors as their context or our own musical experience and understanding. Sounds share the problems of secondary qualities: does a tree falling alone …

    Philosophy dictionary

  • 80 sound — See: high sounding, safe and sound …

    Словарь американских идиом