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sound

noun (NOISE)
聲音
 
 
/saʊnd/
[C or U] something that you can hear or that can be heard
聲音,聲響
They could hear the sound of a bell tolling in the distance.
他們能聽到遠處的鐘聲。
She stood completely still, not making a sound.
她靜靜地站在那裡,一聲不吭。
Suddenly we heard a loud knocking sound from the engine.
突然我們聽見引擎發出響亮的砰砰聲。
Sound can travel over very large distances in water.
聲音在水中能傳播得很遠。
Sound and its properties
[U] the activity of recording and broadcasting sound such as from a performance of music or for a film
(音樂演出、電影等的)音響錄製和播出,音響製作
a sound engineer/recording
音響師/錄音
Recording sounds and images
[U] the volume or quality of the sound of a television or film
(電視或電影的)音量,音色
Could you turn the sound down/up on the TV.
你把電視機的音量調低/高一點好嗎?
Recording sounds and images
[C] the particular quality of the music which a musician or a group of musicians produce
(個人或樂隊的)音樂特色,音樂風格
The band's sound is a distinctive mixture of funk and rap.
這支樂隊結合了鄉土爵士樂和饒舌樂的音樂風格,很有特色。
Playing musicSinging in general
Translations of “sound”
in Korean 소리…
in Arabic صَوْت…
in French son, sonore, bruit…
in Italian suono…
in Russian звук…
in Turkish ses…
in Polish dźwięk, odgłos, głos…
in Spanish sonido, ruido, voces…
in Portuguese som, ruído…
in German der Schall, Schall-…, das Geräusch…
in Catalan so, soroll…
in Japanese 音…
in Chinese (Simplified) 声音, 声音,声响, (音乐演出、电影等的)音响录制和播出,音响制作…
(Definition of sound noun (NOISE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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