[ dip-luh-kyoo-sis ]

noun,plural dip·la·cu·ses [dip-luh-kyoo-seez]. /ˌdɪp ləˈkyu siz/. Pathology.
  1. a difference in hearing by the two ears so that one sound is heard as two.

Origin of diplacusis

<New Latin, equivalent to dipl(o)- diplo- + Greek akoúsis hearing (akoú(ein) to hear, listen to + -sis-sis)

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