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au·dile

(aw'dil),
1. Relating to audition.
2. Denoting the type of mental imagery in which one recalls most readily that which has been heard rather than seen or read (that is, having an auditory representational system). Compare: motile.
3. Synonym(s): auditive

audile

(ô′dīl′)
adj.
Of or relating to hearing; auditory.

au·dile

(awd'īl)
1. Relating to ability to hear.
2. Denoting the type of mental imagery in which one recalls most readily that which has been heard rather than seen or read.
Compare: motile
3. Synonym(s): auditive.

audile

(o'di?l) [ aud(itory)]
1. Pert. to hearing; auditory.
2. A person who retains more auditory information than information received through other senses.
3. In psychoanalysis, one whose mental perceptions are auditory. See: motile; visile
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This instantiation of type and delineation of correspondent possibilities linked to recognition of the repeatability and coordination of visual or audile patterns are the objective bases for language and for that developed and developing language we call science.