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  • 161Voice-Capable Modem —   [dt. »sprachfähiges Modem«], Voice Modem …

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  • 162Voice-Modus —   [dt. »Sprachmodus«], Betriebsart eines Modems, in der dieses Sprache aufzeichnet und in einer Datei speichert oder aber diese Datei wiedergibt. Die Sprachdatei wird meist in ein Flash Memory geschrieben bzw. von dort geladen. Der Voice Modus… …

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  • 163voice mail — ➔ mail1 …

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  • 164voice-over — UK US noun [C] COMMUNICATIONS, MARKETING ► words that describe or comment on a film, advertisement, or video, which are spoken by a person who is not seen: »Famous actors often provide voice overs for advertisements …

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  • 165voice print — n someone s voice recorded on a machine, which can be used to check who that person is …

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  • 166voice print — voice ,print noun count the recorded sound of someone s voice that can be used as a way to prove who they are …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 167voice box — voice boxes N COUNT Your voice box is the top part of the tube that leads from your throat to your lungs, which contains your vocal cords. Syn: larynx …

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  • 168voice in the wilderness — Someone who expresses an opinion that no one believes or listens to is a voice in the wilderness, especially if proved right later …

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  • 169voice mail — voice′ mail n. tgp an electronic communications system that routes voice messages interactively to appropriate recipients, stores the messages in digitized form, and notifies the recipients that the messages are available for playback through the …

    From formal English to slang

  • 170voice mail — n. 1. an electronic system that uses telephones and a computer to store and then deliver recorded voice messages 2. a message or messages sent or stored in such a system …

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  • 171voice-over — [vois′ō΄vər] n. the voice commenting or narrating off camera, as for a television commercial …

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  • 172voice-mail — voiceˈ mail adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑voice …

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  • 173voice response — noun Output from a computer in the form of synthesized speech rather than a visual display • • • Main Entry: ↑voice …

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  • 174voice synthesis — noun The ability of a computer to produce simulated speech from sounds stored in its memory • • • Main Entry: ↑voice …

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  • 175voice|print — «VOYS PRIHNT», noun. a spectrographic record of the distinctive sound patterns formed by a person s voice …

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  • 176Voice of the People - VOX humana — (in Swedish: Folkets Röst VOX humana ) is a local political party in Härjedalen, Sweden. The party was formed ahead of the 2002 elections. Party president is Pelle Persson.The party has 75 members as of 2005. [http://www.ltz.se/artikel… …

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  • 177Voice of Canadians — was a right wing political advocacy group that existed in Canada during the 1990s. Based in Ontario, it opposed official multiculturalism and official bilingualism. Some of its leading members, including chairman Dick Field, later joined the… …

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  • 178Voice Dialogue — is the technique for implementing the Hal Stone and Sidra Stone’s Psychology of Selves theory. ee also* Aware Ego * Disowned Selves * Primary Selves * Psychology of Selves * Sidra Stone * Hal Stone …

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  • 179Voice of Asia — (Kazakh: Азия Даусы, Russian: Голос Азии) is a music festival, held annually in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The usual venue for the festival is the outdoor Medeo speed skating rink, situated on the mountainous outskirts of Tian Shan, several kilometers… …

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  • 180Voice of eye — is a Taos, New Mexico based experimental ambient music duo whose members are Bonnie McNaim and Jim Wilson. Formed in 1991 in Houston, Texas, their sound is one that blends electronic soundscapes, drones, and world music, particularly with Middle… …

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