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Definición de “harmony” en inglés

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harmony

noun uk   /ˈhɑː.mə.ni/ us    /ˈhɑːr-/

harmony noun (MUSIC)

C2 [C or U] a pleasant musical sound made by different notes being played or sung at the same time: singing in harmony It is a simple melody with complex harmonies.
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harmony noun (MATCH)

B2 [U] a situation in which people are peaceful and agree with each other, or when things seem right or suitable together: racial harmony (= good feelings between different races) domestic harmony (= good feelings in the family or home) Imagine a society in which everyone lived together in (perfect) harmony. We must ensure that tourism develops in harmony with the environment.
Traducciones de “harmony”
en coreano 조화, 화음…
en árabe تَناسُق, تَناغُم…
en francés harmonie…
en turco uyum, ses/müzik uyumu…
en italiano armonia…
en chino (tradicionál) 音樂, (音樂中的)和聲…
en ruso согласие, мир, благозвучие…
en polaco harmonia…
en español armonía…
en portugués harmonia…
en alemán der Einklang, die Harmonie…
en catalán harmonia…
en japonés 和, 調和, 美しい和音…
en chino (simplificado) 音乐, (音乐中的)和声…
(Definition of harmony from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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