Synonyms for acoustics
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : uh-koo-stiks|
|Phonetic Transcription : əˈku stɪks|
Définition of acousticsOrigin :
- 1680s, "science of sound," from acoustic (also see -ics). Meaning "acoustic properties" of a building, etc., attested from 1885.
- noun sound quality
- It is as if the laws of light should be applied to a question in acoustics.
- Extract from : « Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 57, No. 352, February 1845 » by Various
- The acoustics of this immense and peculiarly-shaped building are most perfect.
- Extract from : « Ranching, Sport and Travel » by Thomas Carson
- The acoustics of the silent hall carried his soft voice up to us.
- Extract from : « Wandl the Invader » by Raymond King Cummings
- When the house is full, the audience makes a difference in the acoustics.
- Extract from : « The Art of Stage Dancing » by Ned Wayburn
- The laws of acoustics, bearing on the voice, have also been carefully considered.
- Extract from : « The Psychology of Singing » by David C. Taylor
- The ceiling had to be brought down, because it interfered with the laws of acoustics.
- Extract from : « Saunterings in and about London » by Max Schlesinger
- The lectures on acoustics, which came late in the course, were also exceedingly popular.
- Extract from : « Lord Kelvin » by Andrew Gray
- Consideration of acoustics now led Walter to put on his other stocking.
- Extract from : « Walter Pieterse » by Multatuli
- So is colour, so is sound—yet there are optics and acoustics.
- Extract from : « Evolution » by Frank B. Jevons
- I'm told the acoustics of this hall leave much to be desired, Mr. Brown!
- Extract from : « Mr. Punch's Cockney Humour » by Various
Antonyms for acoustics
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