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The Moment When One of My Headphones Went Silent Emitted an Unintelligible Mumble I Made

Something unintelligible is difficult to understand, either because the room is too noisy or because the unintelligible thing is too quiet or confusing. 

Word family (noun) intelligence intelligentsia intelligibility (adjective) intelligent ≠ unintelligent intelligible ≠ unintelligible (adverb) intelligently intelligibly 

Unintelligible Speech

askjan.org)The term unintelligible refers to speech that is very difficult for others to understand due to factors other than voice volume. The term has no relation to the term intelligence. Preferred methods of communication for individuals with unintelligible speech vary. In accommodating an individual with speech that is difficult to understand, a best practice is to get input from the individual and, if appropriate, their medical providers as to the communication methods that work best for a particular individual. (Source:

Speech Generating Communication Devices With Telephone Access

The following speech generating communication devices are products that enable a person with limited or no speech to communicate face-to-face and using the telephone. This type of device is sometimes called a communication aid or AAC, which stands for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. (Source: askjan.org)

Unintelligible

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunintelligibleun‧in‧tel‧li‧gi‧ble /ˌʌnɪnˈtelədʒəbəl◂/ adjective CLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTAND#impossible to understand OPP clear Eva muttered something unintelligible.unintelligible to technical jargon that is unintelligible to outsiders —unintelligibly adverbExamples from the Corpusunintelligible• Readers may still find, as I do, that some of the economic debate is unintelligible.• Her note was practically unintelligible.• I liked the music but the lyrics were completely unintelligible.• Radio transmissions were often cut off or unintelligible.• Joe muttered something unintelligible, clasping his head in his hands.• Sometimes, even speech in an unintelligible foreign language can be illuminating.• Most of the discussion would have been marvellously unintelligible in a Basildon supermarket or in a pub in Barrow-in-Furness.• Under these conditions new, mutually unintelligible languages will eventually arise.• It becomes permissible to import toilers with swarthy skins who speak unintelligible languages.• a series of unintelligible syllables• Dolphin sounds are unintelligible to humans, and cover a larger range of frequencies than we can hear or differentiate.• Jargon words usually sound ugly and unintelligible to outsiders.• A major obstacle to understanding is the use of technical jargon which is unintelligible to the buyer.something unintelligible• As he did so, he heard Angel One's harsh voice shout something unintelligible.• I could not think quite what to say and murmured something unintelligible.• Nathan's face tightened in a wince and he muttered something unintelligible as she smoothed on some antiseptic cream. (Source: www.ldoceonline.com)

 

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