modulation

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From Middle French modulation, from Latin modulatio.

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modulation (countable and uncountable, plural modulations)

  1. (physics) The process of applying a signal to a carrier.
  2. The variation and regulation of a population, physiological response, etc.
  3. (music) A change in key.

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modulation c (singular definite modulationen, plural indefinite modulationer)

  1. modulation
  2. inflection (change in pitch or tone of voice)

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin modulātiō.

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modulation f (plural modulations)

  1. modulation

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