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Englisch - Türkisch

Kız kardeşler birbirleriyle ahenk içerisinde yaşadı. - The sisters lived in harmony with each other.


Aralarında bir uyum hüküm sürdü. - A harmony prevailed among them.

Köpeğim ve kedim birbirleriyle uyum içinde yaşarlar. - My dog and cat live in harmony with each other.

{i} düzen
gönül birliği
{i} müz. armoni
{i} harmoni

Beşinci Harmoni inanılmaz bir kız grubudur. - Fifth Harmony is an amazing girl group.

ahenk ilmi
harmony of the spheres
alanların armonisi
compose a harmony
(Muzik) ahenk yapmak
in harmony with
(Politika, Siyaset) uyum içinde olmak
colour harmony
renk harmonisi
consonant harmony
ünsüz uyumu
economic harmony
ekonomik uyum
in harmony with
ile uyumlu olarak
labial harmony
küçük ünlü uyumu
out of harmony with
ile uyumsuz
palatal harmony
büyük ünlü uyumu
vowel harmony
ünlü uyumu
agreement; harmony; conformity
anlaşma, uyum, uygunluk
conformity or harmony
uygunluk veya uyum
cultural harmony
kültürel uyum
labial harmony
küçük ahenk kuralı, küçük ünlü uyumu
possessing harmony; accordant
armoni sahip; accordant
colour harmony
(Tekstil) renk harmonisi, renk uyumu
economic harmony
(Ticaret) ekonomik ahenk
ensure harmony
family harmony
evlilikte uyum
in harmony
lack of harmony
modern harmony
(Muzik) çağdaş armoni
perfect harmony
kusursuz uyum
progressive harmony
(Dilbilim) ilerleyici uyum
social harmony
toplumsal uyum
social harmony
toplumsal uyumluluk
split harmony
(Dilbilim) ayrık uyum
Englisch - Englisch
a pleasing combination of elements, or arrangement of sounds
the relationship between two distinct musical pitches (musical pitches being frequencies of vibration which produce audible sound) played simultaneously
two or more notes played simultaneously to produce a chord
the academic study of chords
agreement or accord

America’s social harmony has depended at least to some degree on economic growth. It is easier to get along when everyone, more or less, is getting ahead. — Evan Thomas, , Newsweek 2010-12-04.

{n} agreement, just proportion of sound
1 The concordant combination of notes sounded simultaneously to produce chords 2 Countermelodic notes to accompany a tune Search Google com for Harmony
Two or more notes sounding simultaneously
The sounding of two or more tones simultaneously; the vertical aspect of music
If people are living in harmony with each other, they are living together peacefully rather than fighting or arguing. We must try to to live in peace and harmony with ourselves and those around us
The science which treats of their construction and progression
Two or more different tones sounding at the same time
A pleasing or congruent arrangement of parts, which helps to unify the visual elements of a composition
a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds); congruity of parts with one another and with the whole
is pleasing interaction of the parts of the design Hierarchy: is the way to drop down organization structure with parent/ child relationships HTA (Hierarchical Task Analysis): is the graphical representation of a decomposition of tasks and subtasks Aim is to describe in terms of a hierarchy Hybrid: an interface that includes both a display and control buttons (e g ATM) Back to Top
The perception of notes sounded at once The term often refers to the chords that underlie a melody, or to the theory that underlies the construction of these chords
The simultaneous sounding, or playing, or notes in a particular way, resulting in specific musical relationships between notes
often used in Western music and other music forms, it is the practice of singing in parts, where each person has a part (often of different pitches) and sings or plays that part The sounds become blended together though of different pitch to give a uniform, beautiful sound Harmony usually has 4 sets of pitches: soprano (the highest), alto, tenor and bass (lowest) The highest voices are for female singers and the lowest for male singers, most often Harmony is rarely used, if at all, in Carnatic music
Two or more notes sounded together Consonance and dissonance, the prime properties of harmony, are defined in terms of horizontal motion or consonance, which is stable (thirds, fifths, octaves), while the instability of dissonance (all the other intervals) prompts a resolution to consonance
Concord or agreement in facts, opinions, manners, interests, etc
{i} unity, agreement, accord; pleasing balance, symmetry; pleasing combination of tones (Music)
The sound resulting from the simultaneous sounding of two or more tones consonant with each other
See Harmonic suture, under Harmonic
1 The study of progression, structure, and relationships of chords 2 When pitches are in agreement, or consonance
The harmony of something is the way in which its parts are combined into a pleasant arrangement. the ordered harmony of the universe. In music, the sound of two or more notes heard simultaneously. In a narrower sense harmony refers to the extensively developed system of chords and the rules that govern relations between them in Western music. Harmony has always existed as the "vertical" (the relationship between simultaneous melodic lines) aspect of older music that is primarily contrapuntal; the rules of counterpoint are intended to control consonance and dissonance, which are fundamental aspects of harmony. However, the sense of harmony as dominating the individual contrapuntal lines followed from the invention of the continuo 1600; the bass line became the generating force upon which harmonies were built. This approach was formalized in the 18th century in a treatise by Jean-Philippe Rameau, who argued that all harmony is based on the "root" or fundamental note of a chord. Tonality is principally a harmonic concept and is based not only on a seven-note scale of a given key but on a set of harmonic relations and progressions based on triads (three-note chords) drawn from the scale
The simultaneous combination of notes and the ensuing relationships of intervals and chords Not all musics of the world rely on harmony for interest, but it is central to most Western music
an agreeable sound property
any simultaneous combination of musical tones The term is generally used to mean a chord, or a combination of tones, that sounds agreeable
simultaneous sounding of two or more different tones conceived as a unit
The just adaptation of parts to each other, in any system or combination of things, or in things intended to form a connected whole; such an agreement between the different parts of a design or composition as to produce unity of effect; as, the harmony of the universe
refers to a way of combining elements of art in order to accent their similarities and join the aspects of a composition into a cohesive whole
Harmony is the pleasant combination of different notes of music played at the same time. complex vocal harmonies. singing in harmony
compatibility in opinion and action an agreeable sound property the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords agreement of opinions a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds); congruity of parts with one another and with the whole
A succession of chords according to the rules of progression and modulation
A literary work which brings together or arranges systematically parallel passages of historians respecting the same events, and shows their agreement or consistency; as, a harmony of the Gospels
compatibility in opinion and action
The chords or vertical structure of a piece of music; the relationships existing between simultaneously sounding notes and chord progressions
the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords
In decoration, harmony refers to a combination of colours that is pleasing to the eye
n (IC) The willful agreement to work with others to make them and their mutual tasks successful (D) Agreement in feeling or opinion, accord
– Two or more different tones playing at the same time
good correspondence; peace and friendship; as, good citizens live in harmony
Two or more tones sounding together
agreement of opinions
A principle of art and design concerned with the blending of one or more of the elements in a work of art to create a pleasing effect, balance, symmetry, and a composed appearance
The chordal accompaniment of a melody; vertical representation instead of horizontal
Other threads of music that aren't meant to stand alone They exist only to support the melody and augment whatever feeling the melody is trying to convey
the simultaneous playing of tones
harmony vocalist
A backing vocalist or backing singer (or, especially in the U.S. and Canada, backup singer or sometimes background singer or harmony vocalist) is a singer who provides vocal harmony with the lead vocalist or other backing vocalists
close harmony
A style of music where the chords are arranged within a narrow range, and the vocal styles of two or more singers either complement or are similar to each other
vowel harmony
A phonological process involving vowels in some languages, setting constraints on what vowels (e.g. front/back vowels only) may be found near each other and sometimes in the entire word
New Harmony
A village of southwest Indiana on the Wabash River west-northwest of Evansville. Founded in 1814 by the Harmony Society led by George Rapp, it was the site (1825-1828) of a utopian community established by Robert Owen. The colony was known for its progressive educational, intellectual, and scientific ideas. Population: 846
four-part harmony
harmony in which each chord has four notes that create four melodic lines
plural of harmony
live in harmony
live in peace
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von harmony im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

mus. harmony
harmony armoni

Fifth Harmony is an amazing girl group. - Beşinci Harmoni inanılmaz bir kız grubudur.