Surround

  • 21Surround — En español, también se conoce como sonido envolvente. El objetivo de un sistema surround es crear una sensación en la que parezca que la imagen sonora rodea al oyente, para crear un efecto más realista. En sus inicios los sistemas surround se… …

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  • 22surround — 01. They bought a beautiful little cabin which is [surrounded] by trees, and sits beside a nice little lake for swimming. 02. The police [surrounded] the house, but the criminal was somehow able to escape. 03. The famous actor was [surrounded] by …

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  • 23surround — 1. verb a) To encircle or simultaneously extend on all sides of something. and this way they get rid of those grand and stubborn opinions that surround them. b) To enclose or confine something on all sides so as to prevent …

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  • 24surround — [15] Although surround means ‘exist round’ something, it has no etymological connection with round. It comes via Old French suronder from late Latin superundāre ‘overflow’. This was a compound verb formed from the prefix super ‘over’ and undāre… …

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  • 25surround*/*/ — [səˈraʊnd] verb [T] I 1) to be all around something or someone Armed police quickly surrounded the building.[/ex] People are surrounding their homes with barbed wire fences.[/ex] 2) to be closely connected with a situation or an event Uncertainty …

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  • 26surround — {{#}}{{LM S42290}}{{〓}} {{[}}surround{{]}} {{■}}(ing.){{□}} {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} Sistema de sonido envolvente. {{★}}{{\}}PRONUNCIACIÓN:{{/}} [surráun]. {{★}}{{\}}ORTOGRAFÍA:{{/}} Por ser un extranjerismo debe escribirse con cursiva u otra… …

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  • 27surround — [15] Although surround means ‘exist round’ something, it has no etymological connection with round. It comes via Old French suronder from late Latin superundāre ‘overflow’. This was a compound verb formed from the prefix super ‘over’ and undāre… …

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  • 28surround — Milieu; environment. acoustical s. SYN: sound field …

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  • 29Surround — Обкладывать (форму) …

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  • 30surround — Synonyms and related words: ambiance, ambience, atmosphere, begird, beleaguer, beset, besiege, blockade, bound, box, box in, cage, carry, case, chamber, circle, circle in, circuit, circuiteer, circulate, circumambulate, circummigrate,… …

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  • 31surround — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. encompass, enclose, hem in, encircle; ring; circum scribe; environ; invest, besiege; embrace. See circumscription, environment. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To be on all sides] Syn. girdle, circle,… …

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  • 32surround — sur·round || sÉ™ raÊŠnd v. encompass, enclose; encircle; besiege …

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  • 33surround — verb 1》 be all round; encircle. 2》 be associated with: the killings were surrounded by controversy. noun 1》 a border or edging. 2》 (surrounds) surroundings. Origin ME (in the sense overflow ): from OFr. souronder, from late L. superundare, from… …

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  • 34surround — v. a. 1. Encircle, environ, encompass, enclose. 2. (Mil.) Invest, hem in, fence about …

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  • 35surround — verb we were surrounded by cops Syn: encircle, enclose, encompass, ring; fence in, hem in, confine, bound, circumscribe, cut off; besiege, trap See note at circumscribe …

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  • 36surround — v 1. enclose, enwrap, enfold, envelop, encase, encompass, environ, ensphere, circumfuse, encircle, circle, circumscribe, compass, belt. 2. circumvent, begird, engird, encincture, gird, girdle, confine, fence in, pen in, hedge in, hem in; circum… …

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  • 37surround — sur·round …

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  • 38surround — verb Syn: encircle, enclose, encompass, ring, hem in, confine, cut off, besiege, trap …

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  • 39surround — sur•round [[t]səˈraʊnd[/t]] v. t. 1) to enclose on all sides; encompass: surrounded by admirers[/ex] 2) to form an enclosure round; encircle 3) to exist around or accompany; attend: An aura of mystery surrounds her[/ex] 4) to enclose so as to cut …

    From formal English to slang

  • 40surround — /səˈraʊnd / (say suh rownd) verb (t) 1. to enclose on all sides, or encompass. 2. to form an enclosure round; encircle. 3. to enclose (a body of troops, fortification, or the like) so as to cut off communication or retreat. –noun 4. a border… …

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