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[kuh m-pan-ding] /kəmˈpæn dɪŋ/

a process in which the dynamic range of a signal is reduced for recording purposes and then expanded to its original value for reproduction or playback.


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  • Companero

    [kom-puh n-yair-oh; Spanish kawm-pah-nye-raw] /ˌkɒm pənˈyɛər oʊ; Spanish ˌkɔm pɑˈnyɛ rɔ/ noun, plural compañeros [kom-puh n-yair-ohz; Spanish kawm-pah-nye-raws] /ˌkɒm pənˈyɛər oʊz; Spanish ˌkɔm pɑˈnyɛ rɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. (in the southwestern U.S.) a male companion or partner. 2. (in Latin America) a male worker, coworker, or comrade.

  • Compania

    [kawm-pah-nyee-ah] /ˌkɔm pɑˈnyi ɑ/ noun, plural compañias [kawm-pah-nyee-ahs] /ˌkɔm pɑˈnyi ɑs/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. .

  • Companion

    [kuh m-pan-yuh n] /kəmˈpæn yən/ noun 1. a person who is frequently in the company of, associates with, or accompanies another: my son and his two companions. 2. a person employed to accompany, assist, or live with another in the capacity of a helpful friend. 3. a mate or match for something: White wine is […]

  • Companionable

    [kuh m-pan-yuh-nuh-buh l] /kəmˈpæn yə nə bəl/ adjective 1. possessing the qualities of a good ; pleasant to be with; congenial. /kəmˈpænjənəbəl/ adjective 1. suited to be a companion; sociable adj. 1620s, from companion + -able. Related: Companionably; companionability.

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