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Pronunciation of Modulator: Learn how to pronounce Modulator in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word modulate:

verb
[with object]
1exert a modifying or controlling influence on:
the state attempts to modulate private business’s cash flow
2vary the strength, tone, or pitch of (one’s voice):
we all modulate our voice by hearing it
alter the amplitude or frequency of (an electromagnetic wave or other oscillation) in accordance with the variations of a second signal, typically one of a lower frequency:
radio waves are modulated to carry the analogue information of the voice
[no object] Music change from one key to another:
the first half of the melody, modulating from E minor to G
[no object] (modulate into) change from one form or condition into (another):
the fraught silence would modulate into conciliatory monosyllables
Derivatives
modulation
Pronunciation: /-ˈleɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
modulator
noun
Origin:
mid 16th century (in the sense ‘intone a song’): from Latin modulat- ‘measured, made melody’, from the verb modulari, from modulus ‘measure’ (see modulus)