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symphony

noun   /ˈsɪm·fə·ni/ ( plural symphonies)
a long piece of music for an orchestra (= a large group of musicians) sinfonía
(Definition of symphony from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

symphony

noun /ˈsimfəni/ ( plural symphonies)
a usually long piece of music for an orchestra of many different instruments, in three or four movements or parts. sinfonía
symphonic /-ˈfo-/ adjective
sinfónico
(Definition of symphony from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “symphony”
in Korean 교향곡…
in Arabic سيمفونِيّة…
in Malaysian simfoni…
in French symphonie…
in Russian симфония…
in Chinese (Traditional) 交響樂,交響曲…
in Italian sinfonia…
in Turkish senfoni…
in Polish symfonia…
in Vietnamese khúc nhạc giao hưởng…
in Portuguese sinfonia…
in Thai ดนตรีวงใหญ่…
in German die Sinfonie…
in Catalan simfonia…
in Japanese 交響曲…
in Chinese (Simplified) 交响乐,交响曲…
in Indonesian simfoni…
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