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Translation of "harmony" - English-Spanish dictionary

harmony

noun /ˈhaːməni/ ( plural harmonies)
(of musical sounds, colours/colors etc) (the state of forming) a pleasing combination
armonía
The singers sang in harmony.
the agreement of people’s feelings, opinions etc
armonía
Few married couples live in perfect harmony.
harmonic /-ˈmo-/ adjective of, or concerned with, especially musical harmony
armónico
a harmonic scale.
harmonious /-ˈməu-/ adjective pleasant-sounding
armonioso
a harmonious melody.
pleasant to the eye
armonioso
a harmonious colour/color scheme.
without disagreement or bad feeling
armonioso
I generally had a harmonious relationship with my colleagues.
harmoniously adverb
armoniosamente
They worked alongside each other harmoniously.
harmoniousness noun
armonía
harmonize verb ( (also harmoniseBritish)) (music) to sing or play musical instruments in harmony.
armonizar
(music) to add different parts to (a melody) to form harmonies.
armonizar
to (cause to) be in harmony or agreement
armonizar
The colours in this room harmonize nicely.
harmonization noun ( (also harmonisationBritish))
armonización
harmonization of international standards.
(Definition of harmony from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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