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sound

noun (NOISE) 声音     /saʊnd/
[C or U] something that you can hear or that can be heard 声音,声响 They could hear the sound of a bell tolling in the distance. 他们能听到远处的钟声。 She stood completely still, not making a sound. 她静静地站在那儿,一声不吭。 Suddenly we heard a loud knocking sound from the engine. 突然我们听见引擎发出响亮的砰砰声。 Sound can travel over very large distances in water. 声音在水中能传播得很远。 Sound and its properties
[U] the activity of recording and broadcasting sound such as from a performance of music or for a film (音乐演出、电影等的)音响录制和播出,音响制作 a sound engineer/recording 音响师/录音 Recording sounds and images
[U] the volume or quality of the sound of a television or film (电视或电影的)音量,音色 Could you turn the sound down/up on the TV. 你把电视机的音量调低/高一点好吗? Recording sounds and images
[C] the particular quality of the music which a musician or a group of musicians produce (个人或乐队的)音乐特色,音乐风格 The band's sound is a distinctive mixture of funk and rap. 这支乐队结合了乡土爵士乐和说唱乐的音乐风格,很有特色。 Playing musicSinging in general
(Definition of sound noun (NOISE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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