sonic

Shadow vs Sonic - What's the difference?

shadow | sonic |


As a noun shadow

is a dark image projected onto a surface where light (or other radiation) is blocked by the shade of an object.

As a verb shadow

is to block light or radio transmission.

As an adjective sonic is

of or relating to sound.

Transonic vs Sonic - What's the difference?

transonic | sonic |

Transonic is a see also of sonic.


As adjectives the difference between transonic and sonic

is that transonic is just below, or just above the speed of sound (08 < ma < 12 approximately) while sonic is of or relating to sound.

Subsonic vs Sonic - What's the difference?

subsonic | sonic |

Subsonic is a see also of sonic.


As adjectives the difference between subsonic and sonic

is that subsonic is (of a sound) having a frequency too low to be audible while sonic is of or relating to sound.

Hypersonic vs Sonic - What's the difference?

hypersonic | sonic |

Hypersonic is a see also of sonic.


As adjectives the difference between hypersonic and sonic

is that hypersonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound while sonic is of or relating to sound.

Air vs Sonic - What's the difference?

air | sonic |


As a noun air

is (uncountable|historical|astrology|alchemy|science) the atmospheric substance above the surface of the earth which animals breathe, formerly considered to be a single substance, one of the four basic elements of ancient philosophy and one of the five basic elements of eastern traditions.

As a verb air

is to bring (something) into contact with the air, so as to freshen or dry it.

As an adjective sonic is

of or relating to sound.

Speed vs Sonic - What's the difference?

speed | sonic |


As a noun speed

is the state of moving quickly or the capacity for rapid motion; rapidity.

As a verb speed

is to succeed; to prosper, be lucky.

As an adjective sonic is

of or relating to sound.

Sound vs Sonic - What's the difference?

sound | sonic |


As adjectives the difference between sound and sonic

is that sound is healthy while sonic is of or relating to sound.

As an adverb sound

is soundly.

As an interjection sound

is (british|slang) yes; used to show agreement or understanding, generally without much enthusiasm.

As a noun sound

is a sensation perceived by the ear caused by the vibration of air or some other medium or sound can be (geography) a long narrow inlet, or a strait between the mainland and an island; also, a strait connecting two seas, or connecting a sea or lake with the ocean or sound can be a long, thin probe for body cavities or canals such as the urethra.

As a verb sound

is to produce a sound or sound can be dive downwards, used of a whale.

Sonic vs Audiovisual - What's the difference?

sonic | audiovisual |


As adjectives the difference between sonic and audiovisual

is that sonic is of or relating to sound while audiovisual is containing both aural and visual elements.

Sonic vs Supersonic - What's the difference?

sonic | supersonic |

Supersonic is a see also of sonic.

Sonic is a related term of supersonic.


As adjectives the difference between sonic and supersonic

is that sonic is of or relating to sound while supersonic is (of a speed) greater than the speed of sound (in the same medium, and at the same temperature and pressure).

Sonic vs Choke - What's the difference?

sonic | choke |


As a adjective sonic

is of or relating to sound.

As a verb choke is

to be unable to breathe because of obstruction of the windpipe, for instance food or other objects that go down the wrong way.

As a noun choke is

a control on a carburetor to adjust the air/fuel mixture when the engine is cold.

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