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sonic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Physics, Technology
sonicson‧ic /ˈsɒnɪk $ ˈsɑː-/ adjective [only before noun] technical  HPTrelating to sound, sound waves, or the speed of sound
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sonicWho could foresee the sonic boom when the needle finally hit the groove on my cheap record changer?It is certainly verified experimentally that the sonic clicks produced are both highly structured and directional.So do Humpbacks have ways of expressing the same request for the repetition of a pleasurable sonic experience?It needs a commitment, a strength in parts and its own sonic identity.Reduced sonic logs have been superimposed at well locations.Valery Gergiev stares unblinkingly into the sonic maelstrom that Tchaikovsky unleashes.He was a hand sonic man, rugged, and everyone always remembered his brilliant blue eyes.For sonic strange reason management did not share our insight.
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