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Greek & Latins

Unit 2

TermDefinition
visualize form a mental image of something; imagine
vista a pleasing view, especially one seen through a long, narrow opening.
visionary a person with original ideas about what the future will or could be like.
audible able to be heard
audition an interview for particular role or job as a singer, actor, dancer or musician... consisting of a performance.
audience a group of people who have gathered to watch a performance or public event.
auditorium the part of a theater, concert hall, or other public building in which the audience sits.
cacophony a mixture of various, unpleasant sounds; harsh sounds.
xylophone a musical instrument played by striking a row of metal bars of different lengths with one or more small wooden or plastic mallets.
phonograph a machine that reproduces sound (music) by placing a needle in contact with a grooved rotating disk; a record player
vis / vid see, look - Latin
aud hear - Latin
phon sound - Greek
Created by: CHES4