(of a recording chamber, television studio, or the like) characterized by an unusually low degree of reverberation; echo-free.
having a low degree of reverberation of sound: an anechoic recording studio
1948, in electronics, from an- (1) “not” + echoic.
anectasis anectasis an·ec·ta·sis (ān-ěk’tə-sĭs) n. See primary atelectasis.
noun 6th century ad, Welsh poet. His Y Gododdin, preserved in The Book of Aneirin (?1250), is one of the earliest surviving Welsh poems Historical Examples Some of the poems themselves claim to be the work of the poets aneirin and Taliessin. The Heroic Age H. Munro Chadwick
a short sword having a double-edged blade tapering sharply to a point: worn by civilians from the 13th to the 16th centuries. Historical Examples The old habit of going armed with anelace or baselard dies away in spite of troublous times. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 4 Various A pouch or wallet depended […]
the property of a solid in which deformation depends on the time rate of change of stress as well as on the stress itself.