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acoustic having to do with sound or hearing. [1/2 definitions]
alarm clock a clock with a bell or buzzer that can be set to sound at a particular time.
alliteration the repetition of the same sound at the beginning of words in a phrase or sentence.
amplifier an electronic device used to make sound louder.
audio having to do with or using sound. [2 definitions]
audio- a prefix that means "sound" or "hearing."
audiovisual having both sound and a picture.
baa to make the sound of a sheep; bleat. [1/2 definitions]
babble to make a soft, bubbling sound. [1/5 definitions]
bang a sudden, loud, explosive sound. [2/5 definitions]
bark1 the harsh sound made by a dog. [1/3 definitions]
bass1 in the lowest musical range, or of a low pitch in sound. [1/3 definitions]
bass drum a large drum that makes a low, booming sound.
bat2 a small mammal that flies. Bats have small bodies and large wings covered with skin. Most bats eat at night, when they use sound to find and catch flying insects. Bats are found in most parts of the world. There are around one thousand kinds of bats. Their wingspans range from less than two inches to more than five feet. Some kinds of bats live in large colonies that roost in caves or in a section of forest.
beep a short, high sound that serves as a signal. A beep is made by an electronic device or a car horn. [3 definitions]
bell a hollow metal cup that makes a ringing sound when struck. [2 definitions]
bellow an act or sound of bellowing. [1/4 definitions]
bellows (used with a singular or plural verb) a bag that can be expanded to draw air in and squeezed to force air out. Bellows are used to blow air on a fire or produce sound on a musical instrument.
blare to sound loudly and harshly. [1/2 definitions]
blast a loud and startling sound. [2/6 definitions]
bleat the sound made by a goat, sheep, or calf. [3/4 definitions]