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That is heard or that can be heard.
Football An offensive play or defensive formation called at the line of scrimmage just before the snap, usually as an adjustment to the opposing team's formation. Also called automatic.
v. aud·i·bled, aud·i·bling, aud·i·bles Football
To call (an audible) at the line of scrimmage.
To call an audible.

[Late Latin audībilis, from Latin audīre, to hear; see au- in Indo-European roots.]

au′di·bil′i·ty, au′di·ble·ness n.
au′di·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.audibility - quality or fact or degree of being audible or perceptible by the earaudibility - quality or fact or degree of being audible or perceptible by the ear
perceptibility - the property of being perceptible by the mind or the senses
inaudibility, inaudibleness - the quality of not being perceptible by the ear
مَسْموعِيَّه، إمْكانِيَّة السَّمَع
duyulabilecek/işitilebilecek şekilde


[ˌɔːdɪˈbɪlɪtɪ] Naudibilidad f


nHörbarkeit f, → Vernehmbarkeit f


[ˌɔːdɪˈbɪlɪtɪ] nudibilità


(ˈoːdebl) adjective
able to be heard. When the microphone broke her voice was barely audible.
ˌaudiˈbility noun
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An extra-loud, 106dB speaker with Smart Amplifier Technology enables push-to- talk and speakerphone audibility even in noisy areas.
An extra-loud, 106dB speaker with Smart Amplifier Technology enables push-to-talk and speakerphone audibility even in noisy areas.
Ambulances in the state have siren audibility of about 65-75db," said Aaditya Thackeray, Shiv Sena youth leader and son of party president Uddhav Thackeray.
Last year, she starred in The Missing and Line of Duty for the BBC, and viewers had no problem with her audibility.
The poem is not set in its original form, it is stripped down into phrases and words, with the voices sliding from conventional harmonies into spots with thicker texture, and passages testing the very limits of audibility are followed by vehement surges.
There are eight sirens in the area with an audibility level similar to that used by emergency vehicles.
Quixotic, rhapsodic and intensely expressive it was stunningly executed, with Johnson's pianissimos often poised on the edge of audibility and Lenehan's rendering of the powerful piano part (notably in the Vivace) quite spectacular.
Nonetheless, I find that there is a need for Bao to justify his celebration of queer audibility through visual-based media.
Guardian, 12 July 2011) I contend that the sound of drying paint, given the power that contemporary technology provides to transform sounds on the border of audibility into new sonic experiences, could well be a fascinating thing.
Of course, issues around basic viewability need to be resolved before audibility can be addressed.
The conversations' audibility changed depending on the spectator's location, and this instability added to the sense that one was watching an unedited slice of reality, in which significant words and actions commingled with the mundane stuff of everyday life.