listening, hearing (root)
adj. able to be heard, loud enough to hear
n. the people who hear a speech or performance
n. a tryout for a role; a hearing to test and judge a performer's ability
v.to perform for a part; to try out for a role
n. a large room or hall where people gather to hear speakers or view performances
adj. not able to be heard, too soft or faint to hear, unheard
n. a recording of a book you can listen to
n. a tape recording of sound
materials using sight or sound to present information
examination of accounts of a business; official examination; V.
of or relating to the process of hearing
n. a cone-shaped horn used to direct the voice and make it sound louder
n. the study of the sounds of the letters of the alphabet
n. a curved wind instrument made of brass with a reed mouthpiece and keys for the fingers
adj. an electronic system that blends sounds from more than one source
n. a long piece of music to be played by an orchestra
n. a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals
a clear container housing plants and small land animals
a large retail store organized into departments offering a variety of merchandise
an apparatus or model for representing the solar systems
a room enclosed largely with glass and affording exposure to the sun
large body that revolves around the sun
produced by the sun
in a language, the smallest distinctive sound unit
the study of letter sounds
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