unison

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Englisch - Türkisch
in unison beraber birlikte
(Muzik) teksesli
uyum

Tahta nefesli çalgılar uyum içinde çalıyorlar. - The woodwinds are playing in unison.

Flütler ve kemanlar uyum içinde çalıyorlar. - The flutes and violins are playing in unison.

ahenk
birlik
bir ağızdan

Hep bir ağızdan şarkı söyledik. - We all sang in unison.

aynı perdeden olma
birlikte
aynı perdeli
act in unison hep beraber hareket etmek
unisonant unisonousaynı perdeden
in unison
hep beraber
in unison
birlikte bir ağızdan
in unison
bir ağızdan

Hep bir ağızdan şarkı söyledik. - We all sang in unison.

in unison
hep birlikte
in unison
hep bir ağızdan

Hep bir ağızdan şarkı söyledik. - We all sang in unison.

in unison with
ile uyum içinde
act in unison
birlikte hareket etmek
all in unison
hepsi aynı zamanda
in unison
birlikte, beraber (yapmak)
in unison with
uyum içinde
Englisch - Englisch
Together, in harmony, at the same time, as one, synchronized

Everyone moved in unison, but the sudden change in weight distribution capsized the boat.

a condition of perfect agreement and accord
{n} an unvaried note, agreement, concert
{a} sounding alone or the same
The trade union representing, among others, staff of the MHS One of the unions that merged into UNISON was NALGO
Parts played or sung in octaves are also said to be in unison, or in octaves
Multiple performers, instruments or sound sources that are sounding at the same time and with the same pitch
The combined sound of two or more voices at the same pitch
corresponding exactly; "marching in unison"
Sounded alike in pitch; unisonant; unisonous; as, unison passages, in which two or more parts unite in coincident sound
Everyone singing the same tune together (No vocal harmony)
If people or organizations act in unison, they act the same way because they agree with each other or because they want to achieve the same aims. The international community is ready to work in unison against him. in unison a) if people speak or do something in unison, they say the same words at the same time or do the same thing at the same time (unisonus , from uni- + sonus )
occurring together or simultaneously; "the two spoke in unison"
(music) two or more sounds or tones at the same pitch or in octaves; "singing in unison"
Trade union for public sector workers formed by the amalgamation of NALGO (National and Local Government Officers' Association) and NUPE (National Union of Public Employees)
Singing or playing the same notes by all singers or players, either at exactly the same pitch or in a different octave
(music) two or more sounds or tones at the same pitch or in octaves; "singing in unison" occurring together or simultaneously; "the two spoke in unison" corresponding exactly; "marching in unison
A single, unvaried
If two or more people do something in unison, they do it together at the same time. The students gave him a rapturous welcome, chanting in unison: `We want the king!' Michael and the landlady nodded in unison
two or more vocalists and/or instrumentalists singing and/or playing a tone of the same frequency Unisons may vary widely at birthday parties and sporting events
voices singing at one pitch (or in octaves)
{i} harmony, agreement
Movements which are performed simultaneously and identically by more than one dancer
Both players share one group of arrows in the center of the screen; the color of the arrows determine which player it belongs to
Several performers, instruments or sound sources that are sounding at the same time and with the same pitch
Harmony; agreement; concord; union
Identity in pitch; coincidence of sounds proceeding from an equality in the number of vibrations made in a given time by two or more sonorous bodies
The main trade union with membership in the personal social services Formed by the National Association of Local Government Officers and the National Union of Public Employees
The largely public sector union formed in 1993 by the amalgamation of NALGO / NUPE / COHSE : • National Association of Local Government Officers (NALGO) • National Union of Public Employees (NUPE) • Confederation of Health Service Employers (COHSE)
(from Latin unus, meaning 'one' and sonus, meaning 'sound') The playing of a melody by various instruments or voices, at the same pitch or in different octaves
corresponding exactly; "marching in unison
– Playing or singing together
Sounding alone
act in unison
act together, act in harmony
in unison
together, at once, simultaneously
in unison
at the same pitch; "they sang in unison"
in unison
speaking or singing at the same time; simultaneously; "they shouted `Yes!' in unison"; "they responded in chorus to the teacher's questions"
in unison
in complete agreement; "my feelings about the matter are in unison with yours
unison
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