/an'e koh"ik/, adj.
(of a recording chamber, television studio, or the like) characterized by an unusually low degree of reverberation; echo-free.
[1945-50; AN-1 + ECHOIC]

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  • anechoic — adjective Date: 1946 free from echoes and reverberations < an anechoic chamber > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • anechoic — an·echo·ic …   English syllables

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