Definition of 'amplifier'
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I put my head back against Andy's amplifier (25) and listened to his voice echo. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)He listened to the amplifier on his desk, to which the receiver was attached, protest for a few moments. THE LAST RAVEN (2003)When the first record was over, another voice introduced Bonny again and a third and fourth and fifth poem boomed out over the amplifier. COME TO MECCA (2003)
The remainder of the safety line wound around a large reel mounted inside the helicopter and connected to an outside amplifier. INCA GOLD (2003)
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Translations for 'amplifier'
British English: amplifier /ˈæmplɪˌfaɪə/ NOUN
An amplifier is an electronic device in a radio or stereo system, which causes sounds or signals to become louder.
- American English: amplifier
- Arabic: مُكَبِّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: amplificador
- Chinese: 扩音器
- Croatian: pojačalo
- Czech: zesilovač
- Danish: forstærker
- Dutch: versterker
- European Spanish: amplificador
- Finnish: vahvistin
- French: amplificateur
- German: Verstärker
- Greek: ενισχυτής
- Italian: amplificatore
- Japanese: アンプ
- Korean: 증폭기
- Norwegian: forsterker
- Polish: wzmacniacz
- European Portuguese: amplificador
- Romanian: amplificator
- Russian: усилитель
- Spanish: amplificador
- Swedish: förstärkare
- Thai: เครื่องขยายเสียง
- Turkish: yükseltici
- Ukrainian: підсилювач
- Vietnamese: bộ khuếch đại
Definition of amplifier from the Collins English Dictionary
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