Definition of 'sonic'
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Example sentences containing 'sonic'
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Will a sonic screwdriver work against a ghost? The Sun (2013)He was disturbed to find that she owned a sonic screwdriver. The Sun (2010)And all of this is done without a sonic screwdriver. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet there turned out to be no sonic boom at all. For Love or Money (2006)Lightning shot through the darkness and the air rocked with the sonic booms of thunder. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The sonic landscape had changed to something altogether harsher and more real. The Sun (2010)But experts said the phenomenon was probably a sonic boom triggered by the space rock plunging through the atmosphere. The Sun (2012)In plot terms, think gooey sonic screwdriver. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Bet she's sick of the sight of his sonic screwdriver. The Sun (2010)When a freight train passes it's as though a sonic boom has struck. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The same goes for the incessant questions about being passed the sonic screwdriver by the most popular Doctor yet. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Neither of which is possible if you are exceeding the speed of sound, thanks to the extremely audible sonic boom. The Sun (2014)Oh, and he will notice that his sonic screwdriver isn't what it was. Times, Sunday Times (2012)No sonic boom from Moon. The Sun (2015)I was right; this time the sonic landscape was less of a frequency battle and a much more harmonious experience. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The sight of the fireball was followed by a sonic boom as the meteorite exploded into thousands of pieces over Barwell near Leicester. Times, Sunday Times (2015)THE 21st Century has seen a sonic boom in the quantity of summer music festivals. The Sun (2013)Within 90 seconds he had passed though the speed of sound, setting off a sonic boom that was heard by his team on the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Trends of 'sonic'
Used Occasionally. sonic is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'sonic'
British English: sonic ADJECTIVE
Sonic is used to describe things related to sound.
He activated the door with the miniature sonic transmitter.
Definition of sonic from the Collins English Dictionary
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