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stereo British & World English

Sound that is directed through two or more speakers so that it seems to surround the listener and to come from more than one source; stereophonic sound

stereo- British & World English

Relating to solid forms having three dimensions

personal stereo British & World English

A small portable audio player, used with lightweight headphones

stereoscope British & World English

A device by which two photographs of the same object taken at slightly different angles are viewed together, creating an impression of depth and solidity

stereo separation in separation British & World English

Distinction or difference between the signals carried by the two channels of a stereophonic system

stereomicroscope British & World English

A binocular microscope that gives a relatively low-power stereoscopic view of the subject

stereospecific British & World English

another term for stereoselective.

stereo English-Spanish

estéreo m, equipo m (estereofónico or estéreo)

in stereo in stereo English-Spanish

en estéreo, en sonido estereofónico

tiene un stereo comprado de chueco in chueco Spanish-English

he bought his stereo from a fence, his stereo fell off the back of a lorry

I don't want them playing around with my stereo in play English-Spanish

no quiero que anden (jugando) con mi estéreo

I don't want them playing around with my stereo in play around English-Spanish

no quiero que anden (jugando) con mi estéreo