surrounded, past participle; surrounded, past tense; surrounds, 3rd person singular present; surrounding, present participle;
Be all around (someone or something)
the hotel is surrounded by its own gardens
he loves to surround himself with family and friends
(of troops, police, etc.) Encircle (someone or something) so as to cut off communication or escape
troops surrounded the parliament building
Be associated with
the killings were surrounded by controversy
A thing that forms a border or edging around an object
an oak fireplace surround
The area encircling something; surroundings
the beautiful surrounds of Moosehead Lake
extend on all sides of simultaneously; encircle; "The forest surrounds my property"
environment: the area in which something exists or lives; "the country--the flat agricultural surround"
smother: envelop completely; "smother the meat in gravy"
besiege: surround so as to force to give up; "The Turks besieged Vienna"
wall: surround with a wall in order to fortify
Surround sound encompasses a range of techniques for enriching the sound reproduction quality of an audio source with audio channels reproduced via additional, discrete speakers. ...
Surround may refer to: *Surround sound, a type of multichannel audio *Surround channels, audio channels in surround sound *Surround Video, Microsoft program for creating 3D images *Surround session, online advertising technique in which one advertiser dominates a website
*Surround (Jon Bauer ...
Surround is the second album from Jon Bauer.
Surround is an early video game programmed by Alan Miller and published by Atari, Inc. for the Atari 2600, then known as the VCS (Video Computer System). It was one of the nine Atari 2600 launch titles released in October 1977.
(Surround(s) ) The molding which outlines an object or opening.
(Surrounds) In home theater systems, the surround speakers are responsible for directional sound effects. The surround speakers are supposed to be placed just to the side and just behind the listening position (i.e. your couch, easy chair or theater seating). ...
The outer suspension of a speaker cone; holds the diaphragm in place but allows it to move when activated. Usually made of foam or rubber.
The surround refers to the flexible ring encircling the edge of the woofer cone — it connects the cone to the speaker basket. It must be pliable enough to let the woofer travel freely, yet strong enough to guide and control cone movement. (The further the cone can travel, the stronger the bass. ...
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The ornamental frame of a door or window.
A term applied to several types of processes that enable the listener to experience sound coming from all directions.
The area of a map outside the neat line. On a topographic map the surround usually contains the border, title, index number, scale, UTM grid zone designation, magnetic declination and production notes.
decorative piece that covers the exterior of a window.
The vertical and horizontal edges immediately adjacent to the screen.
a window's or door's structural opening's outside trim.
an encircling border or decorative frame
The rear speakers. In all formats but true six channel audio like Dolby 5.1 (AC-3) or DTS this is actually a monophonic arrangement. Since no room is truly symmetrical there will be differences heard by the viewer. The combined output needs to be only about half of the front speakers. ...
When a group of units surround an enemy and trap them, preventing moving and getting good surface area to attack them.
An attractive, protective trim which is secured to an energy panel by an adhesive or vinyl barb to give the glass panel a safe finished edge. Also the aluminum framework for most standard screens.
Flexible rubber, plastic, foam or other material that attaches a speaker driver's diaphragm (the moving cone or dome - the drive unit) to the basket (the structure holding all the parts of the speaker driver in place) and allows the diaphragm to vibrate in and out.