verb (used with object), modulated, modulating.
to regulate by or adjust to a certain measure or proportion; soften; tone down.
to alter or adapt (the voice) according to the circumstances, one’s listener, etc.
to attune to a certain pitch or key.
to vary the volume of (tone).
Telecommunications. to cause the amplitude, frequency, phase, or intensity of (a carrier wave) to vary in accordance with a sound wave or other signal, the frequency of the signal wave usually being very much lower than that of the carrier.
verb (used without object), modulated, modulating.
to modulate a carrier wave.
Citizens Band Radio Slang. to talk; visit:
Enjoyed modulating with you.
Music. to pass from one key to another:
to modulate abruptly from A to B flat.
(transitive) to change the tone, pitch, or volume of
(transitive) to adjust or regulate the degree of
to subject to or undergo modulation in music
(often foll by to) to make or become in tune (with a pitch, key, etc)
(transitive) (physics, electronics) to cause to vary by a process of modulation
To vary the amplitude, frequency, or some other characteristic of a signal or power source. See also amplitude modulation, frequency modulation.
noun 1. rémoulade.
verb (used with object), remonetized, remonetizing. 1. to restore to use as legal tender: to remonetize silver. verb 1. (transitive) to reinstate as legal tender: to remonetize silver
[ri-mon-struh ns] /rɪˈmɒn strəns/ noun 1. an act or instance of remonstrating. 2. a protest: deaf to remonstrances. remonstrance /rɪˈmɒnstrəns/ noun 1. the act of remonstrating; protestation 2. a protest or reproof, esp a petition presented in protest against something Remonstrance /rɪˈmɒnstrəns/ noun (history) 1. See Grand Remonstrance 2. the statement of Arminian principles drawn […]
adjective 1. remonstrating; expostulatory. noun 2. a person who remonstrates. 3. (initial capital letter) one of the Dutch Arminians whose doctrinal differences from strict Calvinists were set forth in 1610. noun 1. a person who remonstrates, esp one who signs a remonstrance adjective 2. (rare) remonstrating or protesting noun 1. a Dutch supporter of the […]