Definition of "sabin" []

  • A unit of acoustic absorption equivalent to the absorption by one square foot of a surface that absorbs all incident sound. (noun)

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Use "sabin" in a sentence
  • "Chris'mus tukkey, 'stid o' sabin 'ob it fur hash fur breakfus'."
  • "In June, sabin was honored at the Democratic convention when it passed the Repeal platform; in July she persuaded the WONPR to endorse Roosevelt."
  • "Iz layta nao, sins Sumdai wiv dailite sabin maiken teh curtins faid, ect."