[mon-uh-fon-ik] /ˌmɒn əˈfɒn ɪk/
Music. of or relating to .
Also, monaural, mono. of or noting a system of sound recording and reproduction using only a single channel.
Also monaural. (of a system of broadcasting, recording, or reproducing sound) using only one channel between source and loudspeaker Sometimes shortened to mono Compare stereophonic
(music) of or relating to a style of musical composition consisting of a single melodic line See also monody (sense 3)
of recordings, broadcasts, etc., “not stereo, having only one output signal,” 1958, coined to be an opposite of stereophonic; from mono- + -phonic, from Greek phone “sound, voice” (see fame (n.)).
[muh-nof-uh-nee] /məˈnɒf ə ni/ noun, plural monophonies. 1. a musical style employing a single melodic line without accompaniment. 2. (def 3a).
[mon-uh-fos-feyt] /ˌmɒn əˈfɒs feɪt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a salt containing only one . monophosphate mon·o·phos·phate (mŏn’ə-fŏs’fāt’) n. An ester of phosphoric acid containing one phosphate group.
monophthalmos mon·oph·thal·mos (mŏn’ŏf-thāl’mŏs’) or mon·oph·thal·mi·a (-thāl’mē-ə) n. Congenital absence of one eye due to failure of outgrowth of the primary ocular vesicle, with absence of ocular tissues. mon’oph·thal’mic adj.
[mon-uh f-thawng-ahyz, -gahyz, -thong-] /ˈmɒn əf θɔŋˌaɪz, -ˌgaɪz, -θɒŋ-/ Phonetics verb (used with object), monophthongized, monophthongizing. 1. to change into or pronounce as a . verb (used without object), monophthongized, monophthongizing. 2. to become a .