Pertaining to the sense of hearing, the organs of hearing, or the science of sounds; auditory.
A medicine or agent to assist hearing.
Means "pertaining to hearing."
having to do with the energy of sound waves.
a remedy for hearing loss or deafness
of or relating to the science of acoustics; "acoustic properties of a hall"
Acoustic means of or relating to sound, the sense of hearing, or the science of sound.
1. Relating to sound or the sense of hearing. 2. The properties of a room or auditorium in transmitting sound.
É™ËˆkustÉ™k] - concerning the physical properties of sound waves
Refers to naturally occurring sound, as in acoustic musical instruments.
Any instrument that can provide sound without the use of electronic amplification.
adjective, Greek akoustikos, related to hearing.
(ah-KOOS-tik) Having to do with sound or hearing.
adj. Pertaining to the act or sense of hearing.
Having to do with sound or hearing. The acoustic nerve (the 8th cranial nerve) is concerned with hearing and the sense of balance and head position. An acoustic neuroma is a tumor on the acoustic nerve. See the entire definition of Acoustic
Pertaining to sound; usually refers to the specific characteristic sound in a particular place (e.g. cathedral acoustic; concert hall acoustic; listening room acoustic etc). See Reverberation also.
uses sound to communicate
To do with the science of sound; also, not using electronic amplification (as in acoustic instruments).
impedance. Reflects the ability of a boundary to reflect seismic energy. It is the contrast of density multiplied by velocity across the boundary. A measure of the seismic inertia of the medium. Acoustic log. Also called sonic log; a record of changes in the acter of sound waves as they are transmitted through liquid-filled rock; a record of the transit time (t) is the most common; amplitude and the full acoustic-wave form also are recorded.
Pertaining to sound or the sense of hearing.
To do with the science of sound; also to do with non-electronic means of sound production (as in acoustic instruments).
1. The natuarl sound of an instrument using no electrical aid. 2. Guitarist abbriviation for acoustic guitar. - Category: Equipment and Gear
Related to sound or hearing.
Having to do with sound and hearing.
Pertaining to hearing or sound. Relating to music not electronically amplified.