[fi-del-i-tee, fahy-] /fɪˈdɛl ɪ ti, faɪ-/
noun, plural fidelities.
strict observance of promises, duties, etc.:
a servant’s fidelity.
fidelity to one’s country.
adherence to fact or detail.
The speech was transcribed with great fidelity.
Audio, Video. the degree of accuracy with which sound or images are recorded or reproduced.
noun (pl) -ties
devotion to duties, obligations, etc; faithfulness
loyalty or devotion, as to a person or cause
faithfulness to one’s spouse, lover, etc
adherence to truth; accuracy in reporting detail
(electronics) the degree to which the output of a system, such as an amplifier or radio, accurately reproduces the characteristics of the input signal See also high fidelity
early 15c., from Middle French fidélité (15c.), from Latin fidelitatem (nominative fidelitas) “faithfulness, adherence,” from fidelis “faithful, true,” from fides “faith” (see faith).
- Fidelity bond
noun insurance purchased by an employer to protect against financial loss from dishonest acts by persons entrusted with valuable property or funds
[mah-lah fee-des; English mey-luh fahy-deez] /ˈmɑ lɑ ˈfi dɛs; English ˈmeɪ lə ˈfaɪ diz/ noun, Latin. 1. bad faith; intent to cheat or deceive. Compare (def 1). [boh-nah fee-des; English boh-nuh fahy-deez or especially for 2, boh-nuh-fahydz, bon-uh] /ˈboʊ nɑ ˈfi dɛs; English ˈboʊ nə ˈfaɪ diz or especially for 2, ˈboʊ nəˌfaɪdz, ˈbɒn ə/ […]
/fɪdʒ/ verb 1. (intransitive) an obsolete word for fidget
[fij-it] /ˈfɪdʒ ɪt/ verb (used without object) 1. to move about restlessly, nervously, or impatiently. verb (used with object) 2. to cause to fidget; make uneasy. noun 3. Often, fidgets. the condition or an instance of being nervously restless, uneasy, or impatient. 4. Also, fidgeter. a person who fidgets. /ˈfɪdʒɪt/ verb 1. (intransitive) to move […]