Dolby


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Dol·by

 (dōl′bē)
A trademark for an electronic device that eliminates noise from recorded sound and audio signals.

Dolby

(ˈdɒlbɪ)
n
(Electronics) trademark any of various specialized electronic circuits, esp those used for noise reduction in tape recorders by functioning as companders on high-frequency signals
[named after Ray Dolby (1933–2013), its US inventor]

Dol•by

(ˈdoʊl bi, ˈdɔl-)
Trademark.
a system for reducing high-frequency noise in audiotape using various electronic devices during recording and playback.
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Noun1.Dolby - United States electrical engineer who devised the Dolby system used to reduce background noise in tape recording
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Dolby

® [ˈdɒlbɪ] NDolby ® m

Dolby®

[ˈdɒlbi] modif [system, sound] → Dolby m

Dolby®

nDolby® nt
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Chutney, who was at the head of the civil service (and who afterwards married Miss Dolby, a young lady only thirteen years of age who had just arrived from school in Europe), was just at the point of proposing to her.