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uk   /ɪˈnɔː.də.bəl/  us   /ɪˈnɑː.də.bəl/
adverb uk   /ɪˈnɔː.də.bli/  us   /ɪˈnɑː.də.bli/
Music was ​playingalmost inaudibly ​backstage.
noun [U] uk   /ɪˌnɔː.dəˈbɪl.ə.ti/  us   /ɪˌnɑː.dəˈbɪl.ə.t̬i/
(Definition of inaudible from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"inaudible" in American English

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inaudibleadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ɪˈnɔd·ə·bəl/
unable to be ​heard: The ​noise of the ​machinery made her ​voice inaudible.
adverb  us   /ɪˈnɔd·ə·bli/
Music was ​playingalmost inaudibly ​backstage.
(Definition of inaudible from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “inaudible”
in Korean 들리지 않는…
in Arabic غَير مَسموع…
in Malaysian tidak jelas…
in French inaudible…
in Russian неслышный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聽不見的…
in Italian impercettibile…
in Turkish işitilemez, duyulamaz, duyulamayacak kadar hafif…
in Polish niesłyszalny…
in Spanish inaudible…
in Vietnamese không thể nghe thấy…
in Portuguese inaudível…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่ได้ยิน…
in German unhörbar…
in Catalan inaudible, imperceptible…
in Japanese 聞こえない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 听不见的…
in Indonesian tak terdengar…
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