auditive


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au·di·tive

(aw'di-tiv),
An older term describing the personality of someone who recalls most readily that which has been heard.
Synonym(s): audile (3)

auditive

(ô′dĭ-tĭv)
adj.
Of or relating to hearing; auditory.

au·di·tive

(aw'di-tiv)
One who recalls most readily that which has been heard.
Synonym(s): audile (3) .
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Line de rien, le bruit pet induire une perte d'audition, c'est-a-dire ne plus etre en mesure d'ecouter, de percevoir des sons, d'etre totalement coupe de monde exterieur, c'est lourd, c'est handicapant La perte auditive induite par le bruit peut retentir sur differents aspects de la vie courante, y compris le developpement social et la progression scolaire et l'aptitude au travail du sujet.
There is no significant correlation between the sex of the subjects and their level of comprehension of either forms of news, an observation in conflict with academic literature, which asserts that women are better at solving verbal problems based on auditive input, while men are better at tasks of a visual nature.
It is therefore not a question of carrying out a limited operation whose end is situated somewhere in our surroundings, but rather of creating, maintaining, and exalting a certain state, by a periodic movement that can be executed on the spot; a movement which is almost entirely dissociated from sight, but which is stimulated and regulated by auditive rhythms.
The sensory reactions attested show a great deal of variation both in terms of the representational system used -- in the data there are visual, auditive and kinesthetic reactions -- and in the properties of these reactions -- there are a great number of colours, voices, bodily sensations, and emotions.
TMH: In filmmaking the two senses that are most privileged are the visual and the auditive.
It is only within this wider auditive network that a third aural mode arises-listening.
Text-to-Speech: a state-of-the-art vocal synthesis reads back the scanned text for auditive feedback, language and pronunciation purposes;
Les consultations reservees a l'ensemble des eleves des trois paliers doivent etre effectuees dans un delai d'un mois a compter de la premiere semaine de la rentree scolaire afin de leur permettre d'etudier dans les meilleures conditions possibles et d'assurer la prise en charge precoce des cas difficiles de deficience visuelle ou auditive, a dit Boudiaf au cours d'une visite inopinee dans la wilaya entamee par l'inspection de l'hopital d'El Mansourah, dote de trois nouveaux services de pediatrie, de medecine interne et de chirurgie generale.
d'une hypersensibilite tactile ou auditive, de fourmillements dans les mains, d'une faim ou d'une soif intenses.
This lack of definition, or contamination, of tropes is especially visible in televised advertising discourse where the meaning of visual images and auditive effects usually has metonymic reinforcement, and where metaphor also occupies a particular position as a perceptive and mnemonic analogical resource of the first order.
Auditive identification of signal-processed environmental sounds: Monitoring the environment.