synth

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synth

 (sĭnth)
n.
1. Informal A synthesizer.
2. A style of light popular music made with synthesizers. Also called synth-pop.

synth

(sɪnθ)
n
(Instruments) short for synthesizer
Translations

synth

[ˈsɪnθ] n (=synthesizer) → synthé m
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