Bass

The lowest male voice. There are several types of bass voices, outlined below. A typical bass role is that of Boris in Mussorgsky
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Bass

USS Bass was an American Fleet submarine of 2000 tons displacement launched in 1924. USS Bass was powered by two sets of Busch-Sulzer diesel engines providing a top speed of 18.75 knots surfaced. She was armed with one 3 inch gun; two machine-guns and six 21 inch torpedo tubes.
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Bass

The lowest end of the audible audio frequency spectrum.
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Bass

A term that refers to numerous and often unrelated freshwater and saltwater fish. True basses include groupers, black sea bass, and the striped bass. Largemouth, redeye, rock, smallmouth and the spotted bass, are actually sunfish.
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bass

[adj] - having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range 2. [n] - an adult male singer with the lowest voice 3. [n] - the lowest part in polyphonic music 4. [n] - the lowest adult male singing voice 5. [n] - the lowest part of the musical range 6. [n] - the member with the lowest range of a family of musical instrumen
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Bass

1) The lower range of audio frequencies up to approximately 250 Hz.
2) Short for Bass Guitar.
3) Lower end of the musical scale. In acoustics, the range (below about 200 Hz) in which there are difficulties, principally in the reproduction of sound, due to the large wavelengths involved.
4) The lower frequencies.
5) On the soundboard thi
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Bass

Male voice of low range.
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Bass

A north east coast fish other than a cod. Getting caught more and more in north east England these days.
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Bass

(voice) Lowest male voice (see also: baritone, tenor) (music) Range of instruments with the lowest pitch range
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Bass

The lower range of audible frequencies. See also: Acoustics, Treble.
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BASS

British Association of Spinal Surgeons
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Bass

Bass (bȧs) noun ; plural Bass , and sometimes Basses (- ĕz). [ A corruption of barse .] (Zoology) 1. An edible, spiny-finned fish, esp. of the genera Roccus , Labrax , and related genera. There are many species. » The comm
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Bass

Bass noun [ A corruption of bast .] 1. (Botany) The linden or lime tree, sometimes wrongly called whitewood ; also, its bark, which is used for making mats. See Bast . 2. (Pron. ...) A hassock or thick mat.
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Bass

Bass noun [ French basse , from bas low. See Base , adjective ] 1. A bass, or deep, sound or tone. 2. (Mus.) (a) The lowest part in a musical composition. (b) One who sings, or the instrument which plays, bass. [ Wr
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Bass

Bass adjective Deep or grave in tone. Bass clef (Mus.) , the character placed at the beginning of the staff containing the bass part of a musical composition. [ See Illust. under Clef .] -- Bass voice , a deep-sounding voice; a voice fitted for singi
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Bass

Bass transitive verb To sound in a deep tone. [ R.] Shak.
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bass

Origin: A corruption of barse. ... <zoology> ... 1. An edible, spiny-finned fish, especially. Of the genera Roccus, Labrax, and related genera. There are many species. ... The common European bass is Labrax lupus. American species are: the striped bass (Roccus lineatus); white or silver bass of the lakes. (R. Chrysops); brass or yellow bass (
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bass

deep adjective having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range; `a deep voice`; `a bass voice is lower than a baritone voice`; `a bass clarinet`
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bass

noun nontechnical name for any of numerous edible marine and freshwater spiny-finned fishes
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bass

bass voice noun the lowest adult male singing voice
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bass

basso noun an adult male singer with the lowest voice
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bass

noun the lowest part in polyphonic music
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Bass

• (n.) The southern, red, or channel bass (Sciaena ocellata). See Redfish. • (n.) The two American fresh-water species of black bass (genus Micropterus). See Black bass. • (a.) One who sings, or the instrument which plays, bass. • (pl. ) of Bass • (n.) An edible, spiny-finned fish, esp. of the genera Roccus, Labrax, and rel
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bass

in music, the lowest part in a multi-voiced musical texture. In polyphony of the sort that flourished during the Renaissance, the bass formed one of ... [6 related articles]
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bass

in zoology, any of a large number of fishes, many of them valued for food or sport. The name bass covers a range of fishes, but most are placed in ...
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