chord

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English - Turkish
(Askeri) KİRİŞ: Bir eğriyi iki noktada kesen doğru çizgi. Bir eğri olan mermi yolunun tabanını teşkil eden düz çizgi. Bir şose üzerindeki virajın iki ucunu birleştiren düz hat. Bir uçağın taşıyıcı satıhlarından birinin ön ve arka kenarlarını birleştiren düz hat
{i} kanat genişliği
akor

Tom şarkı akortlarını hatırlayabiliyor, fakat bütün sözleri hatırlayamıyor. - Tom can remember the chords to the song, but can't remember all the lyrics.

Akort ilerlemesi nedir? - What is a chord progression?

(Matematik) başlık
(Muzik) akord

Benim gerçekten istediğim Tom'un bana bilgisayarımdaki birkaç akordu nasıl çalacağımı bana öğretmesidir. - What I really want is for Tom to teach me how to play a few chords on my guitar.

Klavyedeki o akordu çalabilir misin? - Can you play that chord on the keyboard?

(Matematik) çubuk
kiriş
tel

Balıkların ses telleri var mıdır? - Do fish have vocal chords?

kiriş/akor/te
{i} akort

Bu şarkı için akort ilerlemesi yazabilir misin? - Could you write down the chord progression for this song?

Akort ilerlemesi nedir? - What's the chord progression?

dominant chord esas gamın beşinci notası olan akort
sol ile ahenkli akort
{i} ton
{i} müz. akort
{i} çalgı teli, kiriş
bir arada çalınan ahenkli birkaç çeşit nota
cord chord of an arc yay kirişi
{i} duygu
{i} his
{i} bağlama kirişi
{i} nüans
(Havacılık) kord
(Havacılık) veter
chord of contact
değme kirişi
chord length
(Havacılık) veter uzunluğu
chord length
(Havacılık) kord uzunluğu
chord memory switch
(Muzik) akor hafıza açkısı
chord wiring
(Havacılık) yapı bağlantıları
bottom chord
alt başlık
chords
(Muzik) akortlar

Tom şarkı akortlarını hatırlayabiliyor, fakat bütün sözleri hatırlayamıyor. - Tom can remember the chords to the song, but can't remember all the lyrics.

Bu şarkının akortlarını biliyor musun? - Do you know the chords to this song?

lower chord
alt başlık
strike a chord
heyecanladırmak
strike a chord
ilgisini çekmek
tension chord
çekme çubuğu
tension chord
çekme başlığı
nerve chord
sinir kordonu
touch the right chord
birinin zayıf yönünden yararlanmak
a chord
bir akor
diminished chord
azalmış akor
focal chord
odak kirişi
power chord
(Muzik) 2 notadan oluşan akor
strike a chord
bir akor grev
struck a chord
bam teline dokundu
break into a chord
çalmaya başlamak
common chord
akort
compression chord
basınç çubuğu
curved top chord
eğmeçli üst başlık
diagonal chord
çapraz çubuk
does that strike a chord
bu bir şey hatırlatıyor mu
equivalent blade chord
(Havacılık) eşdeğer pale kordu
flap chord
(Havacılık) flap kirişi
profile chord
(Havacılık) profil kirişi
strike the right chord
can alıcı noktaya dokunmak
strike the right chord
hassas yönünü bulmak
tonic chord
akord
upper chord
üst başlık
English - English
In music, a combination of any three or more notes sounded simultaneously
The distance between the leading and trailing edge of a wing, measured in the direction of the normal airflow
A horizontal member of a truss
A straight line between two points of a curve
To write chords for

This chording technique works well for learning any tune, but this is the only tune of the set that I will write out completely as a chorded version.

A keyboard shortcut that involves two or more distinct keypresses, such as Ctrl+M followed by P
{v} to furnish or fasten with strings, to agree
– A group of notes that are all played at the same time
A chord is a number of musical notes played or sung at the same time with a pleasing effect. the opening chords of `Stairway to Heaven'. see also vocal cords
To provide with musical chords or strings; to string; to tune
bring into consonance, harmony, or accord while making music or singing
The sounding together of three or more tones
The upper or lower part of a truss, usually horizontal, resisting compression or tension
Three or more notes sounded simultaneously
a combination of three or more notes that blend harmoniously when sounded together a straight line connecting two points on a curve play chords on (a string instrument)
Three or more tones combined and sounded simultaneously
A group of three or more notes played simultaneously
A right line uniting the extremities of the arc of a circle or curve
a combination of musical tones played simultaneously, as in: His symphony is entitled The Lost Chord
See Cord, n
The segment which joins two points on a circle
meaningful combination of three or more tones
A set of notes, usually three or four, played simultaniously--usually containing a root, and other tones which have a tonal relationship to that root
a group of three or more musical tones sounded together
In music, a combination of any three or more pitches and the diatonic functionality of those pitches
The string of a musical instrument
play chords on (a string instrument)
A grouping of pitches played and heard simultaneously
A straight-line segment joining any two points on a curve or surface
Any combination of three or more notes sounded together
a straight line connecting two points on a curve
Three or more musical pitches sung or played together
Two or more notes played simultaneously
To accord; to harmonize together; as, this note chords with that
Three or more different tones played together Click here to here some chords
If something strikes a chord with you, it makes you feel sympathy or enthusiasm. Mr Jenkins' arguments for stability struck a chord with Europe's two most powerful politicians. Grouping of three or more musical tones, especially as sounded simultaneously. The tones C-E-G constitute a "C major chord," or "C major triad." Chords may comprise any number of separate tones, and may be highly dissonant (see consonance and dissonance). The term harmony is often used loosely as a synonym
A cord
simultaneous combination of at least three different pitches
A combination of three or more tones sounded simultaneously
n The longest dimension from the front to the back of a wing at any given point along the span
In general, a straight line joining two points on a curve; often, chord is used to mean a straight line segment joining and included between two points on a circle
A combination of tones simultaneously performed, producing more or less perfect harmony, as, the common chord
the kite measurement between the leading and trailing edges
In aeronautics, a straight line intersecting that part of such a line between two points of intersection This is usually a datum line joining the leading and trailing edges of an airfoil
{i} (Music) combination of harmonizing notes; (Geometry) line between two points on a curve; (Airplanes) imaginary straight line between the leading edge and the rear edge of a wing or propeller blade
straight line joining the leading and trailing edges of an airfoil section
Distance between the leading and trailing edges of a wing or rotor blade
a combination of three or more notes that blend harmoniously when sounded together
chord organ
An electronic or reed organ equipped with buttons for producing chords
Tristan chord
A chord in musical composition consisting originally of the notes F, B, D# and G# which can be translated more generally in intervalic terms as: augmented fourth, augmented sixth and augmented ninth above a root. Enharmonically it sounds like a half-diminished seventh chord (e.g. F-A♭-C♭-E♭), though in terms of musical analysis it can be interpreted in several ways
broken chord
A chord whose notes are played in sequential descending or ascending order
chorded
Through which input is supplied by pressing a relatively small number of keys in combinations, as though playing chords
chorded
Simple past tense and past participle of chord
cycle chord
An chord of a graph cycle, one of whose endpoints is not a vertex
equal-interval chord
A chord characterized by one repeating interval
major chord
Any musical chord which has the tones a major third (as opposed to a minor third) and a perfect fifth above its root, i.e. the notes of a major triad, but possibly containing other intervals, such as a seventh or ninth
minor chord
Any musical chord which has a minor third, as opposed to a major third, above its root, especially a minor triad
mixed-interval chord
A chord that does not have one consistent interval
power chord
A chord or combination of notes used in rock music and typically selected to sound good at high volume and high levels of distortion. Power chords make extensive use of intervals such as open fourths and fifths
vocal chord
the rare singular of vocal chords, notably used in anatomical and medical contexts
altered chord
A chord in which a note has been changed from its normal position, usually chromatically
bar chord
Variant of barre chord
barre chord
A chord fingered on a fretted stringed instrument using a barre
broken chord
Notes of a chord played in succession rather than simultaneously
broken chord
Notes of a chord played in succession rather than simultaneously Arpeggio
broken chord
Notes of a chord played in succession rather than simultaneously Arpeggio C
chords
Three or more pitches sounding simultaneously or functioning as if sounded simultaneously
chords
the main steel part in the formation of the arch
chords
Refer to the Top and Bottom Chords which are respectively the RAFTER and CEILING TIE
chords
plural of chord
common chord
a 3-note major or minor chord; a note and its third and fifth tones
seventh chord
a triad with a seventh added
spermatic chord
tube which conveys sperm
strike a chord
create an emotional response; "The music struck a chord with the listeners"
strike a chord
evoke a reaction, response, or emotion; "this writer strikes a chord with young women"; "The storyteller touched a chord
strike a familiar chord
sound well-known, reminding of something familiar
touch the right chord
get to the point
touched a chord
touched his emotions, moved him emotionally
chord

    Turkish pronunciation

    kôrd

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkôrd/ /ˈkɔːrd/

    Etymology

    [ 'kord ] (noun.) 1608. From Latin chorda (“cord”) Ancient Greek (Doric) χορδά (khorda), (Ionic) χορδή (khordē, “string of gut, the string of a lyre”)

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