Need another word that means the same as “audible”? Find 7 synonyms and 30 related words for “audible” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Audible” are: hearable, perceptible, discernible, detectable, able to be heard, recognizable, appreciable
Audible as an Adjective
Definitions of "Audible" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “audible” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Heard or perceptible by the ear.
- Able to be heard.
Synonyms of "Audible" as an adjective (7 Words)
|able to be heard||Have the skills and qualifications to do things well.|
|appreciable||Enough to be estimated or measured.|
Appreciable amounts of noxious wastes are dumped into the harbor.
|detectable||Able to be perceived or noticed; discernible.|
The virus is not yet detectable in the blood.
|discernible||Perceptible by the senses or intellect.|
An essay with a meaning that was not always discernible.
|hearable||Heard or perceptible by the ear.|
|perceptible||Easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind.|
He continued after a perceptible pause.
|recognizable||Capable of being recognized.|
This situation produces recognizable stress symptoms.
Usage Examples of "Audible" as an adjective
- Some ultrasound is audible to dogs.
- He spoke in an audible whisper.
Associations of "Audible" (30 Words)
|acoustic||Of or relating to the science of acoustics.|
|audience||A conference (usually with someone important.|
The report deserves consideration by a much wider audience.
|audio||A recording of acoustic signals.|
The machine can retrieve and play audio from a CD ROM.
|auditory||Of or relating to the process of hearing.|
Teaching methods use both visual and auditory stimulation.
|deaf||Make or render deaf.|
She returned to Mumbai to run a school for the deaf.
|decibel||A unit used to measure the intensity of a sound or the power level of an electrical signal by comparing it with a given level on a logarithmic scale.|
His voice went up several decibels.
|earshot||The range or distance over which one can hear or be heard.|
The children were told to stay within earshot.
|echo||Ring or echo with sound.|
These criticisms are echoed in a number of other studies.
|gramophone||An antique record player; the sound of the vibrating needle is amplified acoustically.|
|hear||Examine or hear evidence or a case by judicial process.|
They heard that I had moved.
|hearing||The act of hearing attentively.|
The investigative committee will hold hearings in Chicago.
|intercept||An act or instance of intercepting something.|
The fighter plane was ordered to intercept an aircraft that had entered the country s airspace.
|listen||An act of listening to something.|
If I ve had a stressful day I love to chill out and listen to music.
|listening||The act of hearing attentively.|
You can learn a lot by just listening.
|musical||Containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody.|
Comes from a very musical family.
|mute||Muffle the sound of a musical instrument especially by the use of a mute.|
Mute e is generally dropped before suffixes beginning with a vowel.
|noise||Make a lot of noise.|
The announcement of the election recount caused a lot of noise.
|phonetic||Relating to phonetics.|
|phonetics||The branch of acoustics concerned with speech processes including its production and perception and acoustic analysis.|
A phonetics laboratory.
|phonic||Pertaining to the phonic method of teaching reading.|
The devices of poetry foreground phonic elements that are usually ignored in practical speech.
|phonology||The system of contrastive relationships among the speech sounds that constitute the fundamental components of a language.|
|recorder||An apparatus for recording sound, pictures, or data.|
A cockpit voice recorder.
|resound||Sing (the praises) of.|
The office resounds with the metronomic clicking of keyboards.
|reverberate||Spring back; spring away from an impact.|
Her deep booming laugh reverberated around the room.
|reverberation||The repetition of a sound resulting from reflection of the sound waves.|
The attack has had reverberations around the world.
|ring||A ring shaped or circular object.|
A ring of ships in the harbor.
|sonic||Having or caused by speed approximately equal to that of sound in air at sea level.|
The whales emit sonic pulse systems.
|speaking||Capable of or involving speech or speaking.|
An English speaking guide.
|squeaking||Having or making a high-pitched sound such as that made by a mouse or a rusty hinge.|
|voice||Give voice to.|
The noisy voice of the waterfall.