Etymology
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audio (n.)

"sound," especially recorded or transmitted sound signals, 1934, abstracted from word-forming element audio- (q.v.), which is from Latin audire "to hear" (from PIE root *au- "to perceive").

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Definitions of audio

audio (n.)
the audible part of a transmitted signal;
they always raise the audio for commercials
Synonyms: sound
audio (n.)
an audible acoustic wave frequency;
Synonyms: audio frequency
audio (n.)
a recording of acoustic signals;
Synonyms: sound recording / audio recording
audio (n.)
the sound elements of television;
From wordnet.princeton.edu