Translation of fidelity in Spanish:

fidelity

Pronunciation: /fəˈdeləti; fɪˈdeləti/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1 (to cause, in marriage) fidelidad (feminine)
    More example sentences
    • Young women were expected to show sexual fidelity to their dating partner, but males were not.
    • One area in which men and women differ is the importance of their partner's sexual fidelity.
    • When was this promise of obedience and sexual fidelity made?
    More example sentences
    • Audio is Dolby Digital two-channel mono, with reasonable fidelity and a high degree of clarity.
    • It is a method for maximizing fidelity and dynamic range for a region of interest within a digitized medical image display.
    • It may even be possible for MP3 players to save energy by playing tunes at a slightly lower fidelity without a noticeable change in audio quality.

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