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Meaning of “audible” - Learner’s Dictionary

audible

adjective     /ˈɔːdəbl/
If something is audible, you can hear it: His voice was barely audible. →  Opposite inaudible Using the ears
audibly adverb
Translations of “audible”
in Arabic مَسموع…
in Korean 들리는…
in Malaysian dapat didengar…
in French audible…
in Turkish işitilebilir, kolay duyulabilen…
in Italian udibile, percepibile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 可以聽到的,聽得見的…
in Russian слышный…
in Polish słyszalny…
in Vietnamese nghe rõ…
in Spanish audible, sonoro…
in Portuguese audível…
in Thai ซึ่งดังพอที่จะได้ยินได้…
in German hörbar…
in Catalan audible…
in Japanese 聞こえる, 聞き取れる…
in Indonesian terdengar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可以听到的,听得见的…
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