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English - Turkish
ahenksiz ses
bozuk ses
ses uyumsuzluğu

Kakofoni ızgara seslerin bir karışımıdır. - A cacophony is a mixture of grating noises.

(Tıp) Anormal ses
akortsuzluğun sık sık olması
{i} yakın sesleri ardarda söyleme güçlüğü
kulağa hoş gelmeyen ses
ses kakışımı ling
English - English
A mix of discordant sounds; dissonance

Not more unutterable could have been the chaos of hellish sound if the pit itself had opened to release the agony of the damned, for in one inconceivable cacophony was centered all the supernal terror and unnatural despair of animate nature.

a disagreeable, harsh, or discordant sound or combination of sounds or tones
Refers to language which seems harsh, rough and unmusical - the discordancy is the combined effect of meaning and difficulty of pronunciation as well as sound (The opposite of CACOPHONY IS EUPHONY)
loud confusing disagreeable sounds
A combination of discordant sounds
a loud harsh or strident noise
the effect of using of harsh, discordant sounds [top]
An uncouth or disagreable sound of words, owing to the concurrence of harsh letters or syllables
A discordant or dissonant sound
An unhealthy state of the voice
A jarring blend of sounds
juxtaposition of harsh sounds
{i} discord, harshness in sound
Discordant sounds in the jarring juxtaposition of harsh letters or syllables, sometimes inadvertent, but often deliberately used in poetry for effect, as in the lines from Whitman's "The Dalliance of Eagles," The clinching interlocking claws, a living, fierce, gyrating wheel, Four beating wings, two beaks, a swirling mass tight grappling, In tumbling turning clustering loops, straight downward falling, Sidelight: Sound devices are important to poetic effects; to create sounds appropriate to the content, the poet may sometimes prefer to achieve a cacophonous effect instead of the more commonly sought-for euphony The use of words with the consonants b, k and p, for example, produce harsher sounds than the soft f and v or the liquid l, m and n (See also Dissonance) (Contrast Euphony)
– Jarring, discordant sounds; noise
You can describe a loud, unpleasant mixture of sounds as a cacophony. All around was bubbling a cacophony of voices. a loud unpleasant mixture of sounds cacophony of (kakophonia, from kakos + phone )
n disagreeable sound, discord of sounds
- the use of sounds to produce a noisy, unpleasant or discordant effect
plural of cacophony



    Turkish pronunciation



    euphony, harmony


    /kaˈkäfənē/ /kæˈkɑːfəniː/


    [ -nE ] (noun.) circa 1656. From French cacophonie, from Ancient Greek κακοφωνία (kakophonia), from κακός (kakos, “bad”) + φωνή (phonē, “voice”).