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Date: 1400-1500
Language: Late Latin
Origin: audibilis, from Latin audire; AUDIO

audible

adjective
     
au‧di‧ble
a sound that is audible is loud enough for you to hear it [≠ inaudible]:
His voice was barely audible (=could only just be heard) above the roar of the crowd.
audibly adverb
audibility noun [uncountable]

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