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unison

noun uk   /ˈjuː.nɪ.sən/ us  

unison noun (SINGING TOGETHER)

[U or C] the playing or singing of notes at the same pitch by different instruments or voices: unison singing Here the tenors are in unison with the basses.

unison noun (ACTING TOGETHER)

in unison acting or speaking together, or at the same time: "We want ice cream!" the children chanted in unison.
Traducciones de “unison”
en español unísono, (al) unísono…
en francés unisson, (à l’)unisson…
en alemán der Einklang…
(Definition of unison from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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