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has gloss(noun) mechanical vibrations transmitted by an elastic medium; "falling trees make a sound in the forest even when no one is there to hear them"
sound
lexicalizationeng: sound
subclass of(noun) a physical phenomenon associated with the equilibrium or motion of objects
mechanical phenomenon
has subclass(noun) very high frequency sound; used in ultrasonography
ultrasound
Meaning
Egyptian Arabic
lexicalizationarz: صوت
Bosnian
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Bulgarian
lexicalizationbul: звук
Catalan
lexicalizationcat: veu
Czech
lexicalizationces: zvuk
Danish
lexicalizationdan: lyd
German
lexicalizationdeu: Schall
Modern Greek (1453-)
lexicalizationell: ήχος
Estonian
lexicalizationest: heli
Finnish
lexicalizationfin: ääni
French
lexicalizationfra: son
Irish
lexicalizationgle: guth
Hawaiian
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Hebrew
lexicalizationheb: בן
lexicalizationheb: קול
Hungarian
lexicalizationhun: hang
Ido
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Italian
lexicalizationita: suono
Greenlandic
lexicalizationkal: nipi
Georgian
lexicalizationkat: ბგერა
Kazakh
lexicalizationkaz: дауыс
Latvian
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Dutch
lexicalizationnld: geluid
Norwegian Bokmål
lexicalizationnob: lyd
Polish
lexicalizationpol: dźwięk
Portuguese
lexicalizationpor: som
Rohingya
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Russian
lexicalizationrus: звук
lexicalizationrus: голос
Slovak
lexicalizationslk: zvuk
Slovenian
lexicalizationslv: zvok
Northern Sami
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Castilian
lexicalizationspa: sonido
Albanian
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Swedish
lexicalizationswe: ljud
Kiswahili
lexicalizationswh: mlio

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