the branch of phonetics dealing with the physiological processes involved in the reception of speech.
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- auditory cartilage,
- auditory cortex,
- auditory field,
- auditory hair,
- auditory nerve,
- auditory pit,
- auditory receptor cell,
- auditory reflex,
- auditory tube,
- auditory vertigo
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