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audiology

au·di·ol·o·gy / ˌôdēˈäləjē/ • n. the branch of science and medicine concerned with the sense of hearing. DERIVATIVES: au·di·o·log·i·cal / -əˈläjikəl/ adj. au·di·ol·o·gist / -jist/ n.

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audiology

audiology (awdi-ol-ŏji) n. the study of disorders of hearing.

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