رنم, عدل, غير, صعد طبقة الصوت, جود
Verb(1) change the key of, in music(2) vary the pitch of one's speech(3) fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of(4) adjust the pitch, tone, or volume of(5) vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of (electromagnetic waves
(1) As is proposed to be the case for the plant photoreceptors, this oscillation may modulate light resetting of the clock and affect the shape of the phase response curve.(2) we all modulate our voice by hearing it(3) Social influences also operate to modulate nicotine's effects.(4) the state attempts to modulate private business's cash flow(5) Methods and apparatuses for display systems which modulate a control electrode to cause an electro-optic layer to be reset to a state in which display data is not viewable.(6) Outsourcing provides the flexibility necessary for a company to modulate its activities, control its burn rate, and stop and start projects quickly.(7) Having the accompanying instrumentalists modulate to a higher key on the final stanza of a hymn, or adding a choral descant or special choral ending to the hymn, can add interest to the singing.(8) Rolling the ball turns the chopper wheels, which in turn modulate the signal received by the photodetectors.(9) Members can modulate the controls or turn them off.(10) The amplitude gain is determined by the detected photocurrent, which is used to modulate the amplitude of the local oscillator.(11) Of course, any attempt to modulate the activity of these enzymes requires an understanding of the catalytic steps at the molecular level.(12) The man could modulate his voice into a great variety of tones, booming, hushed, lyrical, penitent, frightened.(13) Generally more economical shower controls modulate only temperature.(14) However, there were exceptions; Domenico Scarlatti, for example, sometimes chose to modulate to the mediant at the end of the first section.(15) In any case, this limits a composer's ability to modulate on the piano, where players can't adjust intonation, except crudely and awkwardly, while they perform.(16) At first his voice starts to modulate like a radio.
1. regulate ::
2. adjust ::
3. tone ::
Different Formsdemodulate, demodulates, modulate, modulated, modulates, modulating
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