audible (comparative more audible, superlative most audible)
- Able to be heard.
able to be heard
- Latin: audibilis
- Macedonian: чуен m (čúen)
- Manx: so-chlashtyn, clashtynagh, cluinagh
- Bokmål: hørbar
- Portuguese: audível (pt)
- Romanian: auzibil
- Russian: слы́шный (ru) (slýšnyj), слы́шимый (ru) (slýšimyj)
- Scottish Gaelic: so-chlaistinneach, cluinntineach, so-chluinntinn, so-chloiste, osgarra, labhar
- Spanish: oíble, audible (es)
- Swedish: hörbar (sv)
- Turkish: işitilir (tr), işitilebilir, duyulur (tr), duyulabilir
- Welsh: clywadwy (cy), clywedog, hyglyw (cy), trylais
audible (third-person singular simple present audibles, present participle audibling, simple past and past participle audibled)
- (intransitive, American football) To change the play at the line of scrimmage by yelling out a new one.
- The quarterback audibled after seeing the defensive formation.
audible (plural audibles)
- (American football) The act of or an instance of changing the play at the line of scrimmage by yelling out a new one.
- The audible changed the play to a run.
Borrowing from Late Latin audibilis.
audible m, f (plural audibles)