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Part of Speech: Adjective
Sense 1: Unable to be heard or not loud enough to be heard
Usage: The whispering voices from the adjacent room were inaudible to the guests.
Sense 2: Not distinct or clear in sound
Usage: The recording had a lot of background noise, making the dialogue inaudible.
Sense 3: Not expressed or understood clearly
Usage: The speaker's mumbled words were inaudible, leaving the audience confused.
Sense 4: Impossible to be heard by human hearing
Usage: Bats use high-frequency sounds that are inaudible to humans for navigation.
Sense 5: Lacking importance or impact
Usage: The politician's speech was filled with inaudible promises and empty rhetoric.
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