Etymology
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auditory (adj.)

1570s, from Latin auditorius "pertaining to hearing," from auditor "hearer," from audire "to hear" (from PIE root *au- "to perceive"). The word was used in Middle English as a noun, "assembly of hearers, audience" (late 14c.), from Latin auditorium.

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Definitions of auditory

auditory (adj.)
of or relating to the process of hearing;
auditory processing
Synonyms: audile / auditive
From wordnet.princeton.edu