melodic

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English - Turkish
melodik

Esperanto dünyadaki en melodik dillerden biridir. - Esperanto is one of the most melodic languages in the world.

uyumlu
hoş
kulağa hoş gelen
tatlı
{s} ahenkli
melodiye
ezgisel
ezgili
melodic theme
melodik tema
melodically
melodik olarak
English - English
melodious, tuneful
of, relating to, or having melody
(ascending): whole half whole whole whole whole half step step step step step step step (descending): whole whole half whole whole half whole step step step step step step step
containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody; "the melodious song of a meadowlark"
Of the nature of melody; relating to, containing, or made up of, melody; melodious
Music that is melodic has beautiful tunes in it. Wonderfully melodic and tuneful, his songs have made me weep. + melodically me·lodi·cal·ly The leader has also learned to play more melodically
{s} pleasant to the ear; melodious; of melody
of or relating to melody; "melodic harmony"
of or relating to melody; "melodic harmony
Melodic means relating to melody. Schubert's effortless gift for melodic invention. + melodically me·lodi·cal·ly the third of Tchaikovsky's ten operas, and melodically one of his richest scores
melodically
with respect to melody; "melodically interesting themes
melodically
In a melodic manner
melodically
in a melodic way, tunefully; pleasantly
melodic

    Hyphenation

    me·lod·ic

    Turkish pronunciation

    mılädîk

    Pronunciation

    /məˈlädək/ /məˈlɑːdɪk/

    Etymology

    [ m&-'lä-dik ] (adjective.) 1823. melody +‎ -ic, 19th century

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