Acoustic ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Acoustic ( adjective )

  1. Relating to sound or hearing.
  2. Relating to the properties of sound in a room or other enclosed space.

Origin:

From late latin acusticus, from latin acus ("needle") + -ticus ("pertaining to"), from ancient greek ἀκουστικός (akoustikos, "pertaining to hearing"), from ἀκούω (akoúō, "i hea.r")

Examples:

  1. The concert was held in an acoustic hall, designed for live music.
  2. The guitar is an acoustic instrument and doesn't require any external power.
  3. The acoustic properties of the cave made it a popular spot for music performances.
  4. The acoustic guitar was his favorite instrument to play.
  5. The recording studio was designed for optimal acoustic sound quality.

(As a noun)

Acoustic ( noun )

  1. Relating to sound or hearing.
  2. Relating to the properties of sound in a room or other enclosed space.

Origin:

From late latin acusticus, from latin acus ("needle") + -ticus ("pertaining to"), from ancient greek ἀκουστικός (akoustikos, "pertaining to hearing"), from ἀκούω (akoúō, "i hea.r")

Examples:

  1. The concert was held in an acoustic hall, designed for live music.
  2. The guitar is an acoustic instrument and doesn't require any external power.
  3. The acoustic properties of the cave made it a popular spot for music performances.
  4. The acoustic guitar was his favorite instrument to play.
  5. The recording studio was designed for optimal acoustic sound quality.
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