bass

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الإنجليزية - التركية
bas

Bir gitar topluluğunda bass gitar çalarım. - I play bass guitar in a guitar ensemble.

Bir caz orkestrasında bas gitar çalıyorum. - I play bass in a jazz band.

levrek
kontrbas

Yanılıyorsun: o kontrbas çalar, trombon değil. - You are mistaken: he plays double bass, not trombone.

(Muzik) kalın ses
basgitar
{i} levrek [(Zooloji) ]
{i} hasır (ıhlamur ağacından)
bass clef fa anahtarı
i., zool. levrek, hani
{s} pes
Serranus cabrilla
{i} ıhlamur ağacı kabuğu
{i} basso
{s} alçak perdeli
levrek/bas gitar
bass horn bir nefesli çalgı
i., mus. basso, bas
bass viol kontrbas
{s} kalın sesli
{s} bas sesli
bass drum kalın ses veren en
hani
bass boost
(Bilgisayar) basları artır
bass boost
(Televizyon) bas yükseltici
bass control
bas kontrolü
bass decrement
(Bilgisayar) baş azalış
bass frequency
(Fizik) alçak frekans
bass guitar
bas

Yeni bas gitarından memnun musun? - Are you happy with your new bass guitar?

Ben bas gitar çalmayı bırakıyorum. - I quit playing the bass guitar.

bass guitar
basgitar
bass guitar
(Muzik) bas gitar

Tom bizim grupta bas gitar çalıyor. - Tom plays the bass guitar in our band.

Tom nasıl bas gitar çalacağını bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know how to play the bass guitar.

bass boost
alçak seslerin kuvvetlendirilmesi
bass clarinet
bas klarnet
bass clef
fa anahtarı
bass compensation
kalın sesleri düzenleme
bass control
kalınlık ayarı
bass control
bas ayarı
bass drum
bas davul
bass frequency
bas frekans
bass viol
kontrbas
bass voice
bas
bass voice
bas ses
bass voice
basso
bass clef
baş nota anahtarı
bass control
baş ayarı
bass fish
baş balık
bass (voice)
(Muzik) davudi
bass bypass
(Bilgisayar) bas geçişi
bass horn
bas sesli üflemeli çalgı
bass increment
(Bilgisayar) bas artış
bass level
(Bilgisayar) bas düzeyi
bass relief
yarım kabartma
bass viol
çello
bass wood
ıhlamur ağacı
rock bass
(Gıda) işkine balığı
automatic bass control
otomatik bas kontrolu
double bass
kontrbas

Yanılıyorsun: o kontrbas çalar, trombon değil. - You are mistaken: he plays double bass, not trombone.

ground bass
bas melodi
B.Sc.
(Bachelor of science) Fen fakültesi mezunu
black bass
siyah baş
black sea bass
siyah levrek
deep bass
derin baş
fillet of sea bass
levrek filetosu
freshwater bass
tatlısu baş
largemouth bass
çipura levrek
marinated sea bass
marne soslu levrek
poached sea bass
levrek buğulama
sea bass
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Deniz levrek balığı
see bass
baş görmek
sunshine bass
tatlısu levreği
sustained bass note
sürekli baş notu
b.sc.
b, s
double bass
kontrabas
grilled fillet of sea bass
(Gıda) levrek fileto ızgara
ground bass
en bas sesle söylenen ezgi
master bass
(Bilgisayar) ana bas
piston pin bass
(Otomotiv) piston pimi yuvası
striped bass
çizgili levrek [zool.]
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The clef sign that indicates that the pitch of the notes is below middle C; a bass clef

The score had been written without the treble and bass, but it was easy to pick out which was which based on the location of the notes on the staff.

A male singer who sings in the bass range

Halfway through middle school, Edgar morphed from a soprano to a bass, much to the amazement and amusement of his fellow choristers.

A section of musical group that produces low-pitched sound, lower than tenor

The conductor preferred to situate the bass in the middle rear, rather than to one side of the orchestra.

A low spectrum of sound tones

Peter adjusted the equalizer on his audio equipment to emphasize the bass.

Of sound, a voice or an instrument, low in pitch or frequency

The giant spoke in a deep, bass, rumbling voice that shook me to my boots.

The perch; any of various marine and freshwater fish resembling the perch, all within the order of Perciformes
An instrument that plays in the bass range, in particular a double bass, bass guitar, electric bass or bass synthesiser

The musician swung the bass over his head like an axe and smashed it into the amplifier, creating a discordant howl of noise.

low in tone or compass
{n} a mat to kneel on, rush, a fish
The perch; any of various marine and freshwater fish resembling the perch
See Black bass
The lowest range of the male voice
The low-frequency portion of the audible spectrum
The low notes; the role of any instrument that typically plays low notes The term often refers specifically to the acoustic bass
The lower end of the frequency range, from about 20 Hz to about 300 Hz
On a stereo system or radio, the bass is the ability to reproduce the lower musical notes. The bass is also the knob which controls this
nontechnical name for any of numerous edible marine and freshwater spiny-finned fishes the member with the lowest range of a family of musical instruments the lowest part of the musical range the lowest adult male singing voice the lowest part in polyphonic music an adult male singer with the lowest voice having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range; "a deep voice"; "a bass voice is lower than a baritone voice"; "a bass clarinet
any of various North American freshwater fish with lean flesh (especially of the genus Micropterus)
The linden or lime tree, sometimes wrongly called whitewood; also, its bark, which is used for making mats
{s} low-pitched, deep, resonant (Music)
See Sea bass
bass basses Pronounced for meanings
The low audio frequency range, normally considered to be below 500 Hz
An edible, spiny-finned fish, esp
A bass, or deep, sound or tone
the lowest adult male singing voice
{i} deep or low-pitched voice; musical instrument; type of fish
The part of the frequency range made up of the low frequencies Bass is generally agreed to be those frequencies between 20 Hz and 400 Hz 4
Deep or grave in tone
The two American fresh-water species of black bass (genus Micropterus)
is bass
The lower frequency range of a sound, usually from about 200 Hz down
a low male voice
The original codename for TrueType, internal to Apple, preceding *RoyalT According to an insider, its derivation was down to the fact that a bass (fish) is scale-able Some TrueType editing programs still refer to "Bass files"
1) The lower range of audio frequencies up to approximately 250 Hz 2) Short for Bass Guitar
There are many species
The lowest choral voice, invariably sung by males, the lowest of which is known as the Basso Profundo, and the higher as Baritone
to 4., and for meaning 5.. The plural of the noun in meaning
The lowest part of the audio spectrum, from 20 Hz to 150 or 200 Hz The lower limit of human hearing is said to be about 20 Hz Frequencies below 20 Hz are said to be subsonic, and are technically felt instead of heard
Species of Serranus, the sea bass and rock bass
Low frequency sound produced by a sub-woofer and by the large bass drivers found on other speakers
nontechnical name for any of numerous edible marine and freshwater spiny-finned fishes
The low end of the audio frequency spectrum There is no real frequencies where bass is catagoriezed, but it ranges from approximately below 20 Hz up to 400 Hz or so
1 See 'Double bass'2 The lowest pitched instrument in a family of instruments such as the bass recorder, double bass, bass clarinet, tuba, etc Search Google com for Bass
deep or low in sound, as in: You sing the high notes, and I'll sing the bass
Bass are edible fish that are found in rivers and the sea. There are several types of bass. They unloaded their catch of cod and bass. Bass is a piece of this fish eaten as food. a large fresh fillet of sea bass. a bass instrument or voice produces low notes. In zoology, any of numerous fish species, many valued for food or sport. Most are placed in three families (all in the order Perciformes): 400 species of sea bass and grouper; the family Moronidae, which contains about 12 species, including striped and European basses; and sunfishes, including the black and largemouth basses, prized by fishermen. Many other species are also known as bass, including the channel bass (a drum) and the calico bass (a crappie). Lowest musical voice or register. In vocal music, its range is approximately from the second E below middle C to middle C itself. A basso profundo emphasizes a lower register, a basso cantante a somewhat higher one. Outside of Russia, the solo bass voice has generally been relegated to certain standard operatic character roles. The lowest-pitched member of most instrumental families is usually called the bass (bass clarinet, double bass, etc.). In Western tonal music, the bass part is usually second in importance only to the melody, being the chief determiner of harmonic movement, a tendency that became particularly notable after the appearance of the basso continuo 1600. Bass Strait black bass double bass sea bass
of the genera Roccus, Labrax, and related genera
the lean flesh of a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae
The lowest range male voice
In popular music, a bass is a bass guitar or a double bass. Dave Ranson on bass and Kenneth Blevins on drums
an adult male singer with the lowest voice
A speaker that is used for low frequencies Also a type of guitar and a type of fish
- Low frequencies, such as those produced by a bass guitar of lower register of a piano
The lower end of the audio frequency spectrum, approximately 20 Hz to about 1000 Hz
A hassock or thick mat
the lowest part of the musical range
A bass drum, guitar, or other musical instrument is one that produces a very deep sound. bass guitarist Dee Murray
Low frequency end of the audio spectrum Also, a musical instrument Also, a fish
"Low " 1 The lowest male singing voice, below baritone 2 The lowest part in a piece of music 3 The lowest instrument in a musical work 4 In the violin family, the lowest instrument
A bass is a man with a very deep singing voice. the great Russian bass Chaliapin
the lowest part in polyphonic music
The lower frequency range of the audio sound spectrum (drums, explosions, etc ) spanning the frequency range of around 20 Hz to 200 Hz Primarily reproduced by woofers and subwoofers in audio systems
One who sings, or the instrument which plays, bass
having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range; "a deep voice"; "a bass voice is lower than a baritone voice"; "a bass clarinet"
the member with the lowest range of a family of musical instruments
The southern, red, or channel bass (Sciæna ocellata)
the lowest male voice
To sound in a deep tone
The lowest part in a musical composition
bass C
the C note exactly one octave below middle C
bass bomb
An extremely low bass note that, when played through a subwoofer, physically shakes the listener
bass bombs
plural form of bass bomb
bass clef
A symbol showing that the second line from the top of the staff represents the F below middle C
bass drums
plural form of bass drum
bass guitar
A stringed musical instrument tuned to produce bass or low notes, usually with a fretted fingerboard and 4, 5 or 6 strings
bass guitarist
someone who plays, or performs on, the bass guitar
bass guitars
plural form of bass guitar
bass note
The lowest note played or notated
bass notes
plural form of bass note
bass staff
a staff which starts with a bass clef
bass staffs
plural form of bass staff
bass trap
A device, usually a foam block, placed in the corner of a control room or listening room in order to reduce unwanted low-frequency noises
bass viol
A fretted, bowed, stringed musical instrument from the viola da gamba family. It occupies the bass range and is the lowest instrument in the family. Similar to (but smaller than) a cello

My piano teacher also plays the bass viol — how cool is that!.

bass viols
plural form of bass viol
bass-ackwards
Alternative form of ass-backwards

Their whole approach is bass-ackwards.

bass-relief
{n} sculpture whose figures do not stand out from their ground in full proportion
bass bassoon
(Muzik) The contrabassoon, also known as the bass bassoon or double bassoon, is a larger version of the bassoon, sounding an octave lower. Its technique is similar to its smaller cousin, with a few notable differences
Bass Strait
A channel between Tasmania and southeast Australia connecting the Indian Ocean with the Tasman Sea. Its discovery in 1798 by the British explorer George Bass (died c. 1812) proved that Tasmania was not part of the Australian continent. Strait separating Australia from Tasmania. It is 150 mi (240 km) wide at its widest point and 185 mi (298 km) long. It was named in 1798 for the British surgeon-explorer George Bass. Development of its offshore petroleum resources began in the 1960s
bass clarinet
a large clarinet whose range is an octave below the B-flat clarinet
bass clarinet
Woodwind instrument of the clarinet family with the lowest range
bass clarinet
A low-pitched member of the woodwind instrument family The bass clarinet is essentially a low clarinet, with the following stages of sound production: energy source: air vibrating element: single reed resonating chamber: the instrument's body
bass clarinet
The tone of the B-flat bass clarinet is an octave below the soprano clarinet Bass clarinets are known to have existed back to 1772 When Aldolphe Sax remodelled it with the metallic upturned bell, it too gained popularity in 1839
bass clef
a clef that puts the F below middle C on the fourth line of a staff
bass clef
A clef sign in which C4 is the is first ledger line above the staff Bass clefs are used to notate lower pitched notes Grand Staff
bass clef
This symbol indicates where the F below middle C is on a music staff This is where it gained the nickname 'F Clef' In modern music it is almost exclusively found indicating the 4th line from the bottom of the staff Together the Treble and Bass clef's make the Grand Staff
bass clef
the lowest clef, it indicates F below middle C and is used for the left hand of piano music, and other instruments with a low pitch range eg double bass
bass clef
Symbol placed on the five-line staff in traditional notation indicating the pitch of the notes and locating F on the fourth line from the bottom of the staff
bass clef
The other name for the F clef
bass clef
The F clef indicating the fourth line of the staff Used in combination with the treble clef to make the grand staff
bass clef
n. A symbol indicating that the fourth line from the bottom of a staff represents the pitch of F below middle C. Also called F clef. a sign at the beginning of a line of written music that shows that the top line of the stave is the A below middle C
bass drum
a large drum with two heads; makes a sound of indefinite but very low pitch
bass drum
A member of the percussion instrument family It has the following stages of sound production: energy source: muscle vibrating element: the drum head resonating chamber: the instrument's body
bass drum
This large, cylindrical, percussion instrument is typically 32 inches in diameter
bass drum
The largest and lowest-toned drum, having a cylindrical body and two membrane heads
bass drum
The bass drum is a large membranophone of indefinite pitch that is played with a soft-headed stick; it produces a low, heavy sound that is heard prominently in this march
bass drum
A large drum having a cylindrical body and two heads and producing a low, resonant sound
bass drum
percussion instrument with a low range, large drum which makes a low deep sound
bass drum
See Bass, a
bass drum
The largest of the different kinds of drums, having two heads, and emitting a deep, grave sound
bass fiddle
largest and lowest member of the violin family
bass guitar
the lowest six-stringed guitar
bass guitar
type of guitar which has only four strings and is used to make a low background rhythm
bass guitar
an electric guitar with four strings, that plays low notes bassist
bass horn
the lowest brass wind instrument
bass horn
wind instrument which is shaped a bassoon
bass horn
A modification of the bassoon, much deeper in tone
bass viol
largest and lowest member of the violin family
bass viol
{i} viola da gamba
bass viol
and Violoncello
bass viol
See 3d Bass, n
bass viol
A stringed instrument of the viol family, used for playing bass
bass viol
viol that is the bass member of the viol family with approximately the range of the cello
concert bass drum
A bass drum, normally suspended in a framework, used in static indoor performances
double bass
the largest stringed instrument of the violin family
drum and bass
A style of electronic music focussing heavily on loud bass and fast-tempo drum beats
electric bass
An electric bass guitar having four strings and being larger then a normal electric guitar. It has a lower pitch and is often used as a back up beat for the lead guitar
figured bass
A musical notation in which intervals, chords and harmonizations are indicated by numbers written below a given bass note
keyboard bass
An electronic keyboard instrument specifically used to reproduce the bass note range
sea bass
Any of various species of saltwater fish in various families, or a specimen thereof
stride bass
A musical device with leaping between the bass and harmony notes in the left hand part of a piano accompaniment
washtub bass
A musical instrument, used in American folk music, that uses a metal washtub as resonator; a gutbucket
walking bass
A bass line composed of nonsyncopated notes of equal value, used in jazz and baroque music, for example
alberti bass
(Muzik) Alberti bass is a particular kind of accompaniment in music, often used in the classical music era. It was named after Domenico Alberti (1710-1740), who used it extensively, although he was not the first to use it
basses
plural of bass
black bass
Any of several North American freshwater game fishes of the genus Micropterus, such as the largemouth and smallmouth bass. Any of about six species (genus Micropterus) of slender freshwater fishes of the sunfish family; found in eastern North America. Two, the largemouth and smallmouth black basses, have been introduced into other countries and are prized as hard-fighting game fishes. Black basses are larger and longer-bodied than sunfishes and more predatory. The largemouth bass may grow to 32 in. (80 cm) long and weigh 22 lbs (10 kg); it lives in quiet weedy lakes and streams. The smallmouth bass, which usually grows to 5-6 lbs (2-3 kg), inhabits clear, cool lakes and running streams
black bass
An edible, fresh-water fish of the United States, of the genus Micropterus
black bass
the small-mouthed kind is M
black bass
dolomieī; the large-mouthed is M
black bass
salmoides
black bass
widely distributed and highly prized American freshwater game fishes (sunfish family)
black bass
See Blackfish, 3
black bass
The sea bass
black sea bass
bluish black-striped sea bass of the Atlantic coast of the United States
blackmouth bass
small marine fish with black mouth and gill cavity
double bass
A double bass is the largest instrument in the violin family. n. The largest bowed stringed instrument in the modern orchestra, also used frequently in jazz ensembles, especially played pizzicato. The double bass, usually considered a member of the violin family, is tuned in fourths and has the sloping shoulders and flat back characteristic of the viols. It has a deep range, going as low as three octaves below middle C. Also called bass fiddle, bass viol, bull fiddle, contrabass, string bass. a very large musical instrument shaped like a violin that the musician plays standing up. Lowest-pitched of the modern stringed instruments. It varies in size, up to 80 inches (200 cm) tall. Its shape also varies; its shoulders usually slope more than those of the violin, reflecting its status as a hybrid of the viol and violin families (the name comes from the double-bass viol). It emerged from these families in the late Renaissance, and it has always been less standardized in form than its cousins in the violin family. It normally has four strings; the orchestral instrument often has a lower fifth string (more often, an extension is added to the fourth string), and the jazz instrument has a higher fifth string. Its range is an octave below that of the cello. It is normally bowed in orchestral music and plucked in jazz. In rock bands and some jazz bands, the electric bass is used instead
double bass
double-bass violin, contrabass (largest instrument in the violin family)
drum 'n' bass
a type of electronic dance music with a very hard fast beat
figured bass
a bass part written out in full and accompanied by numbers to indicate the chords to be played
freshwater bass
North American food and game fish any of various North American freshwater fish with lean flesh (especially of the genus Micropterus)
ground bass
a short melody in the bass that is constantly repeated
ground bass
short low-pitched rhythm that is repeated throughout a piece of music
kentucky black bass
a variety of black bass
largemouth bass
flesh of largemouth bass
rock bass
game and food fish of upper Mississippi and Great Lakes
rock sea bass
a kind of sea bass
sea bass
any of various food and sport fishes of the Atlantic coast of the United States having an elongated body and long spiny dorsal fin
sea bass
the lean flesh of a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae
sea bass
Any of about 400 species (family Serranidae) of carnivorous fishes, most of which inhabit shallow regions of warm and tropical seas. Sea bass have a slender body, small scales, large mouth, and straight-edged or rounded tail. The spiny frontal section and the soft-rayed rear section of the dorsal fin are usually joined but may be separated by a notch. Species range from about 1 in. (3 cm) to 6 ft (1.8 m) long and may weigh 500 lbs (225 kg). About 12 species in the family Moronidae (sometimes considered a subfamily of Serranidae) inhabit temperate waters. See also bass
sea bass
A large marine food fish (Serranus, or Centropristis, atrarius) which abounds on the Atlantic coast of the United States
sea bass
It is dark bluish, with black bands, and more or less varied with small white spots and blotches
sea bass
any of various food and sport fishes of the Atlantic coast of the United States having an elongated body and long spiny dorsal fin the lean flesh of a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae
sea bass
A California food fish (Cynoscion nobile); called also white sea bass, and sea salmon
sea bass
Called also, locally, blue bass, black sea bass, blackfish, bluefish, and black perch
smallmouth bass
flesh of smallmouth bass
stone bass
brown fish of the Atlantic and Mediterranean found around rocks and shipwrecks
striped bass
marine food and game fish with dark longitudinal stripes; migrates upriver to spawn; sometimes placed in the genus Morone
striped bass
caught along the Atlantic coast of the United States
striped bass
marine food and game fish with dark longitudinal stripes; migrates upriver to spawn; sometimes placed in the genus Morone caught along the Atlantic coast of the United States
striped bass
A North American food and game fish (Morone saxatilis) chiefly of coastal waters, having dark longitudinal stripes along its sides. Striped bass, which swim up rivers to spawn, are occasionally found in landlocked bodies of water. Also called rockfish, striper
striped bass
edible North American fish which has dark stripes along its sides, rockfish, striper
thorough bass
a bass part written out in full and accompanied by numbers to indicate the chords to be played
thorough bass
The representation of chords by figures placed under the base; figured bass; basso continuo; sometimes used as synonymous with harmony
white bass
A North American freshwater food fish (Morone chrysops) having a silvery color and blackish stripes on each side
yellow bass
North American freshwater bass resembling the larger marine striped bass
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف bass في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

bass denetimi
(Bilgisayar) bass control
bass

    التركية النطق

    beys

    المترادفات

    basso, f clef

    النطق

    /ˈbās/ /ˈbeɪs/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'bas ] (noun.) before 12th century. Italian basso (“low”), from Latin bassus (“low”).

    فيديوهات

    ... becomes a jury bass piano music ...

    كلمة اليوم

    arboretum
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