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English definition of “harmony”

harmony

noun  /ˈhɑr·mə·ni/ us  

harmony noun (MUSIC)

music [C/U] notes that are played or sung with the main tune and that make the piece more complicated and interesting

harmony noun (AGREEMENT)

[U] agreement of ideas, feelings, or actions, or a pleasing combination of different parts: He imagined a society in which all races lived together in harmony. art [U] Harmony is the combination of separate but related parts in a way that uses their similarities to bring unity to a painting, drawing, or other art object.
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