V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: too quiet to hear or understand

Synonyms: silent, muted, faint, imperceptible

Antonyms: loud, audible

Tips: Inaudible is related to the words audible and auditory, which both also have to do with hearing. Inaudible usually means that something is too soft or quiet to hear, rather than completely silent. Inaudible is a more sophisticated way of referring to something that is difficult to hear.

Usage Examples:

She was so nervous about giving her first speech that her voice was practically inaudible. (silent, muted)

The audience booed when a problem led the movie's soundtrack to be temporarily inaudible. (muted, imperceptible)

Her voice was inaudible when she tried talk while vacuuming. (muted, faint, imperceptible)

Their conversation was inaudible to me, because I was standing too far away to hear what they were saying. (muted, faint, imperceptible)

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