sheila-foste provided information about how this might be done by pointing us to a link from Carlos:
This link is to a previos recording
that Carlos posted - to show you how
he does it.
: http://What do you think of voice
I went to the link, ending up finally at "Audio Archive > Open Source Audio > IND_PRES_HABLAR_0" -- the example.
But now I think I will have to learn how to record a snippet to that site if I want to ask about something I hear.
On the other hand, before this site was revamped (earlier this or late last year, I do not remember) one had the possibility of simply attaching a sound snippet to an "answer" (or a "question":--) One could then just click on the little audio icon (mp3 or other file with proper audio format) to hear the clip directly.
I do not recall having to download a file to be played on my own system, but the feature has been gone so long that I do not really remember.
At the Open Source Audio site one can open the "stream" in another tab or window to be played.
I suppose that a problem might be how to control the length of the clip and/or how long the clip should remain assessible. Usually what I would like to upload to ask someone to listen to is something from a purchased CD or borrowed library recording which my ear just cannot make out. The material is usually copyrighted and we do not wish to violate any copyright laws, of course.