a person who is especially interested in high-fidelity sound reproduction.
a person who has a great interest in high-fidelity sound reproduction
1951, originally in “High Fidelity” magazine, from audio- + -phile.
noun a typist trained to type from a dictating machine
a kind of diaphragm held against the upper teeth to assist hearing by transmitting sound vibrations to the auditory nerve. Historical Examples Every session of the Conference saw Miss Ellis seated in the front pew, audiphone in hand, eagerly intent on the exercises. Miss Ellis’s Mission Mary P. Wells Smith I whispered into the audiphone, […]
an official examination and verification of accounts and records, especially of financial accounts. a report or statement reflecting an audit; a final statement of account. the inspection or examination of a building or other facility to evaluate or improve its appropriateness, safety, efficiency, or the like: An energy audit can suggest ways to reduce home […]
- Audit bureau of circulation
noun an organization that collects, audits, and publishes monthly circulation figures for newspapers and magazines ABC