Sound

In physics, sound is a vibration that propagates as a typically audible mechanical wave of pressure and displacement, through a medium such as air or water. In physiology and psychology, sound is the reception of such waves and their perception by the brain. ==Acoustics== Acoustics is the interdisciplinary science that deals with the study of mech...
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Sound

(1) (noun) a relatively long arm of the sea or ocean forming a CHANNEL between an island and a mainland or connecting two larger bodies, as a sea and the ocean, or two parts of the same body; usually wider and more extensive than a STRAIT. (2) (verb) To measure the DEPTH of the water.
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sound

(sound) the sensation resulting from stimulation of the ear by vibrations of air or some other elastic medium with a frequency between 20 and 20,000 Hz. a noise, normal or abnormal, heard within the body; see also under bruit, fremitus, murmur, and rale. a slender instrument to be introduced ...
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sound

[adj] - in good condition 2. [adj] - financially secure and safe 3. [adj] - free from moral defect 4. [adj] - thorough 5. [n] - mechanical vibrations transmitted by an elastic medium 6. [n] - a large ocean inlet or deep bay 7. [n] - the sudden occurrence of an audible event 8. [n] - the subjective sensation of hea...
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Sound

• (v. t.) To cause to exit as a sound; as, to sound a note with the voice, or on an instrument. • (superl.) Healthy; not diseased; not being in a morbid state; -- said of body or mind; as, a sound body; a sound constitution; a sound understanding. • (superl.) Founded in law; legal; valid; not defective; as, a sound title to land. &bu...
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sound

verb utter with vibrating vocal chords
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sound

adjective thorough; `a sound thrashing`
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Sound

[medical instrument] In medicine, sounds are instruments for probing and dilating passages within the body, the best-known examples of which are urethral sounds and uterine sounds. Some people enjoy using them for urethral play. ==Urethral sounds== Urethral sounds are designed to be inserted into the male or female urethra, for the purpose ...
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Sound

[nautical] In nautical terms, the word sound is used to describe the process of determining the depth of water in a tank or under a ship. Tanks are sounded to determine if they are full (for cargo tanks) or empty (to determine if a ship has been holed) and for other reasons. Soundings may also be taken of the water around a ship if it is in...
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Sound

[water] TAC Fighters of the 1950s. North American F-100, McDonnell F-101 Convair F-102, Lockheed F-104, Republic F-105 and Convair F-106. Source: Hill, Mike and Campbell, John, Tactical Air Command - An Illustrated History 1946-1992, 2001. Photo Source listed as United States Air Force Historical Research Agency (USAFHRA) , Maxwell AFB, Ala...
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Sound

Sound adjective [ Compar. Sounder ; superl. Soundest .] [ Middle English sound , Anglo-Saxon sund ; akin to D. ge zond , G. ge sund , Old High German gi sunt , Dan. & Swedish sund , and perhaps to ...
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Sound

Sound adverb Soundly. « So sound he slept that naught might him awake.» Spenser.
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Sound

Sound intransitive verb To ascertain the depth of water with a sounding line or other device. « I sound as a shipman soundeth in the sea with his plummet to know the depth of sea.» Palsgrave.
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Sound

Sound noun [ Anglo-Saxon sund a swimming, akin to English swim . See Swim .] The air bladder of a fish; as, cod sounds are an esteemed article of food.
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Sound

Sound transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sounded ; present participle & verbal noun Sounding .] [ French sonder ; confer Anglo-Saxon sund gyrd a sounding rod, sund line a sounding line (see Sound a...
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Sound

1) Moving pressure variations in air caused by something vibrating between 20 times a second and 20,000 times a second or similar variations in other substances like water.
2) Loosely, any audio signal regardless of its energy form.
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sound

A body of water that is usually broad, elongate, and parallel to the shore between the mainland and one or more islands.
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sound

a disturbance that travels through air, land, water that can be heard.
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Sound

A longitudinal wave which travels through a medium, usually air. Sound also travels through liquids (e.g. water) and solids (e.g. steel). The volume (loudness) of sound is measured using the decibel (dB) scale
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sound

a mechanical disturbance from a state of equilibrium that propagates through an elastic material medium. A purely subjective definition of sound is ... [31 related articles]
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Sound

A quality attributed by the human auditory association area to the effect of longitudinal pressure waves received through a medium from a vibrating body.
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SOUND

A sound ARGUMENT is a VALID argument in which all of the PREMISES are true.
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Sound

A term referring to a board which has no or very few defects which will effect its strength
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Sound

A type of physical kinetic energy called acoustical energy that falls within the portion of the spec
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Sound

Any pressure variation (in air, water or other medium) which is detectable by the human ear.
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