any sound, other than music or speech, artificially reproduced to create an effect in a dramatic presentation, as the sound of a storm or a creaking door.
any sound artificially produced, reproduced from a recording, etc, to create a theatrical effect, such as the bringing together of two halves of a hollow coconut shell to simulate a horse’s gallop; used in plays, films, etc
noun 1. a person or thing that makes a sound or noise, or sounds something. 2. Telegraphy. an instrument for receiving telegraphic impulses that emits the sounds from which the message is read. noun 1. a person or thing that sounds depth, as of water. adjective, sounder, soundest. 1. free from injury, damage, defect, disease, […]
adjective, sounder, soundest. 1. free from injury, damage, defect, disease, etc.; in good condition; healthy; robust: a sound heart; a sound mind. 2. financially strong, secure, or reliable: a sound business; sound investments. 3. competent, sensible, or valid: sound judgment. 4. having no defect as to truth, justice, wisdom, or reason: sound advice. 5. of […]
algorithm, text An algorithm for encoding a word so that similar sounding words encode the same. The first letter is copied unchanged then subsequent letters are encoded as follows: bfpv -> “1” cgjkqsxzç -> “2” dt -> “3” l -> “4” mnñ -> “5” r -> “6” Other characters are ignored and repeated characters are […]
noun 1. a film on which sound has been or is to be recorded, as for the soundtrack of a motion picture. 2. sound motion picture.