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melody

noun /ˈmelədi/ ( plural melodies)
a tune
melodía
He played Irish melodies on the harp.
the principal part in a piece of harmonized music
melodía
The sopranos sang the melody, and the other voices added the harmony.
melodic /-ˈlo-/ adjective of melody
melódico
a melodic style.
melodious /ˈlou-/ adjective pleasing to the ear; tuneful
melodioso
melodious tunes.
melodiously adverb
melodiosamente
melodiousness noun
cualidad de melodioso
Translations of “melody”
in Korean 멜로디…
in Arabic لَحْن…
in French mélodie…
in Italian melodia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 旋律, 曲調…
in Russian мелодия…
in Turkish melodi…
in Polish melodia…
in Portuguese melodia…
in German die Melodie, die Melodiestimme…
in Catalan melodia…
in Japanese メロディー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旋律, 曲调…
(Definition of melody from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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