Meaning of audibility in English:

audibility

Pronunciation /ɔːdəˈbɪləti/

Translate audibility into Spanish

noun

See audible

‘The tenor and bass solos were less successful, partly because the soloists did not project well enough and audibility was a serious problem.’
  • ‘The point was to improve the audibility of the passage so that details did not get lost.’
  • ‘It's intended to be played at low volumes ‘even to the extent that it frequently falls below the threshold of audibility.’’
  • ‘Sound recordings of real events taken as they happen can be messy, from a technical standpoint, and captions can really help when audibility is hard to achieve.’
  • ‘The most important item for any public speaker is audibility.’
  • ‘The words passed in and out of audibility and Astor was able to continue them in his head.’