audible definition

  • adjective:
    • This is certainly heard or which can be heard.
    • Able to be heard.
    • Capable of being heard; loud enough to be heard; in fact heard.
    • heard or perceptible because of the ear
  • noun:
    • soccer a brand new or substitute unpleasant play called because of the quarterback or a defensive development called by a linebacker on line of scrimmage as an adjustment on opposing side's development. Also known as automatic.
    • The act of or a case of switching the play at line of scrimmage by shouting out a new one.
    • whatever might heard.
    • what are heard.
    • a football play is changed by mouth after both teams have presumed their particular positions at the type of scrimmage
  • verb:
    • to alter the play at the type of scrimmage by shouting out a fresh one.
  • others:
    • Capable of becoming heard; perceivable by the ear; loud enough to be heard: since, an audible voice or whisper.

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