- [ˌanɪ'kəʊɪk]adjective technical free from echo; tending to absorb or deaden sound.
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anechoic — [an΄e kō′ik, an΄ikō′ik] adj. [ AN 1 + ECHOIC] free from echoes; completely absorbing sound or radar waves [an anechoic chamber] … English World dictionary
anechoic — (adj.) 1948, in electronics, from AN (Cf. an ) (1) not + ECHOIC (Cf. echoic) … Etymology dictionary
anechoic — adjective Date: 1946 free from echoes and reverberations < an anechoic chamber > … New Collegiate Dictionary
anechoic — adjective lacking echos; that absorbs sound The basoonist settled into the anechoic chamber and prepared for another grueling recording session … Wiktionary
anechoic — The property of being echo free or appearing without echoes on a sonographic image; a cyst filled with clear fluid appears a.. See transonic. SYN: echo free. [G. an priv. + echo + ic] * * * an·echo·ic (an ə koґik) [an 1 + echo + ic] 1.… … Medical dictionary
anechoic — an•e•cho•ic [[t]ˌæn ɛˈkoʊ ɪk[/t]] adj. rtv having an unusually low degree of reverberation; echo free: an anechoic studio[/ex] • Etymology: 1945–50 … From formal English to slang
anechoic — /ænɛˈkoʊɪk/ (say ane kohik) adjective free from echo and reverberation, as an anechoic chamber … Australian English dictionary
anechoic — /an e koh ik/, adj. (of a recording chamber, television studio, or the like) characterized by an unusually low degree of reverberation; echo free. [1945 50; AN 1 + ECHOIC] * * * … Universalium
anechoic — adj. neither having nor producing echoes … English contemporary dictionary
anechoic — an·echo·ic … English syllables