sonic

[adj] - (of speed) having or caused by speed approximately equal to that of sound in air at sea level 2. [adj] - relating to audible sound
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sonic

Of, pertaining to, or determined by sound; e.g., sonic vibration. ... Origin: L. Sonus, sound ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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sonic

transonic adjective (of speed) having or caused by speed approximately equal to that of sound in air at sea level; `a sonic boom`
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sonic

adjective relating to audible sound; `a sonic wave`
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sonic

sonic 1. Having to do with or caused by the property of sound. 2. Involving speeds at or above the speed of sound.
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sonic

Type: Term Pronunciation: son′ik Definitions: 1. Of, pertaining to, or determined by sound; sonic vibration.
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Sonic

[train] ==Rolling stock== Services are operated by a fleet of eight 7-car 883 series electric multiple unit (EMU) trains and four 6-car 885 series White Sonic EMUs. ==History== ...
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SONIC

[ethernet controller] SONIC (System-Oriented Network Interface Controller) DP83932 is a National Semiconductor 10 Mbit/s Ethernet controller. In the early 1990s, integrated ethernet subsystems based on the SONIC controller were used in computer workstations such as the MIPS Magnum family and the Olivetti M700, inter alia. ...
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Sonic

[computer engineering] Second Empire architecture in South Carolina. ...
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sonic

relating to audible sound
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