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Oxford dictionary definition of the word sound:
1ascertain (the depth of water in the sea, a lake, or a river), typically by means of a line or pole or using sound echoes:
Mr Pattison was sounding the depth of the water with a pole
find the depth of water in (a ship’s hold).
2question (someone) discreetly or cautiously so as to ascertain their opinions on a subject:
we’ll sound out parliament first
inquire into (someone’s opinions) discreetly or cautiously:
officials arrived to sound out public opinion at meetings in factories
3 Medicine examine (a person’s bladder or other internal cavity) with a long surgical probe.
4 [no object] (especially of a whale) dive down steeply to a great depth:
he sounded, arching his back steeply and raising his rubbery flukes in the air
a long surgical probe, typically with a curved, blunt end.
late Middle English: from Old French sonder, based on Latin sub- ‘below’ + unda ‘wave’