[loud-spee-ker] /ˈlaʊdˌspi kər/
any of various devices, usually electronic, by which speech, music, etc., can be intensified and made audible throughout a room, hall, or the like.
a device for converting audio-frequency signals into the equivalent sound waves by means of a vibrating conical diaphragm Sometimes shortened to speaker Also called reproducer
also loud-speaker, 1884, from loud (adj.) + speaker.
An electromechanical device for converting an electrical signal into sound.
- Loudspeaker van
noun 1. a motor vehicle carrying a public address system US and Canadian name sound truck
verb To provoke trouble by talking loudly about real or supposed violations of rules (1920+ Prison)
[loo-el-uh] /luˈɛl ə/ noun 1. a female given name.
[loo-gey-nis] /luˈgeɪ nɪs/ noun 1. Gregory (“Greg”) born 1960, U.S. diver.