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audible

[ô′dəbəl]
Etymology: L, audire, to hear
capable of being heard. Some animals are able to hear sounds of higher or lower frequencies and different intensities than those audible to most humans.

audible

(od′ĭ-bl)
Capable of being heard.
audibility (od″ĭ-bil′ĭt-ē) audibly (od′ĭ-blē)
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An audibly impaired person has no one to talk to barring a few close relatives and friends.
Now, even the LA Times and the mayor of SM have been audibly recorded professing semblances of Wilson's imminent quotable philosophy.
A prosciutto di parma appetizer had enough shavings of ham to feed the Italian army, yet the waiter audibly whimpered when my wife said she couldn't finish it.
When a resident wearing a wristband attempts to wander too close or through the doorway, the door alarm sounds audibly and visibly.
Data on running time, distance, pace, and calories burned can be stored on the iPod and displayed on-screen or delivered audibly through headphones.
This resource effectively makes use of the versatile tools available by using filmed presentation of procedures in a computer-readable format so that procedures and text can be viewed simultaneously, text and images can be printed, instructions can be played audibly as voiceover, and ICD-9/CPT codes can be accessed from the online component.
When asked why Western visitors should now place Japan at the top of their destination wish list, Tsukamoto is audibly excited.
When a vehicle experiences a major problem, the driver is audibly alerted through the truck's radio speakers, and the issue is reported to the software, along with vehicle ID and code identifying the problem area.
In addition, while most chat bots are text based, others such as Alice, available through 123-bots, and Cybelle, at Agentland, are on-screen characters that move and gesture, and some can speak audibly.
A patient-alert feature that audibly warns patients of an abnormality in their implantable cardioverter defibrillators was found to facilitate early detection of some serious ICD complications, but it also missed a significant portion of them, said Dr.
The robot, which can recognize people visually and audibly, is expected to be used to guide people at airports and department stores, and to patrol buildings, the companies said.
Audibly, pic works well, mixing in dissenting voices and avoiding preachiness.