amplifier

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amplifier (plural amplifiers)

  1. Anything that amplifies, or makes something larger or more intense.
  2. (electronics) An appliance or circuit that increases the strength of a weak electrical signal without changing the other characteristics of the signal.
  3. (US, music) An amp, specifically a particular type of speaker used to amplify voices and musical instruments at live performances.

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From Latin amplificō, amplificāre (to enlarge), from amplus (large) + faciō, facere (make).

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amplifier

  1. to amplify

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